Mr. Donald Trump and historian/journalist Bill O'Reilly will be in Houston, TX this December for what Trump is calling his "History Tour."
This tour has just four cities on the list, and Houston will be their third stop.
They will be in Houston December 18th at the Toyota Center at 3pm. Tickets can already be purchased from the Toyota Center website. The tickets start at $100, with VIP packages also available.
On its site, the Toyota Center says, "In a series of live conversations across the country, President Donald J. Trump will sit down with Bill O’Reilly to discuss his time as the 45th President of the United States."
What has given many pause is why this tour is happening. On the announcement on Bill O'Reilly's website, it says,
From the pandemic that killed hundreds of thousands, to the speedy development of the vaccine, to the rise of the economy, to the global challenge from China, Donald Trump was the dominant decision-maker and the most powerful person in the world.
In a series of live conversations across the country, Mr. Trump and Historian/Journalist Bill O’Reilly will discuss exactly how things were accomplished, as well as challenges, both good and bad!
It seems like this tour won't be so much of "a study of past events" of President Trump's four years in the White House, but a retelling of that history.
Since Trump lost the 2020 political race just as his capacity to take part on most significant online media stages, he hasn't had the option to remain as associated with his allies. This tour provides that opportunity.
This visit will check Trump's rendition of history, which implies we can expect more mistellings to his eager fans.
Mr. Trump has been intensely scrutinized for how he took care of the Coronavirus. Isabel Togoh, for instance, in Forbes detailed that there would have been a large number of less passings if Trump had started a country-wide lockdown only fourteen days sooner. Indeed, even as a huge number of Americans were kicking the bucket from COVID-19, Trump told allies that the ailing influenced "virtually no one."
Further, the ascent of the economy, however evident, was more grounded at different focuses in history and a portion of that ascent could been because of changes intiated during the Obama organization.
Trump and O'Reilly's "History Tour," which will be in Houston, TX and three different major cities, vows to be intriguing.