President-elect Donald Trump is scheduled to take office on January 20th, and the world will be in a strange position, as the world tries to decide how much to celebrate.
But the Trump family has already decided it wants to make sure it’s in the mood to celebrate when the President takes office.
“I think it’s going to be a big celebration, it’s a great day for the country,” the President-Elect told reporters Thursday morning in a press conference in the White House Rose Garden.
“You can say it’s the day of the president, you can say this, you know what?
You can say that.
You can do whatever you want.””
I think we’re going to have a very big celebration in the United States of America, and you’ll be seeing fireworks,” Trump said.
“We’re going have fireworks on the National Mall, and we’re also going to see fireworks on Pennsylvania Avenue.
We’re going see fireworks all over.”
Trump was asked whether he wanted the President to “have a great time” and if he wanted fireworks.
“I don’t want to do fireworks,” he replied.
“There are a lot of things that we don’t have.
We don’t even have a National Guard.
So we’ll see how it goes.”
The President-Trump team has already said that they would like to see people in the world celebrating his victory, but Trump’s team says they are not interested in fireworks.
Instead, they want to have people celebrating the victory of the President who is taking office and a new administration.
“We’re not going to celebrate fireworks.
We have to have fireworks,” the president-elect said.
But not everyone in the administration is ready to embrace the President’s celebration of the day.
The Department of Energy is already considering what to do about the possibility that the President will be using the White Space Foundation’s space to celebrate his victory.
According to an email sent to Energy Secretary Rick Perry, the department has requested a list of any energy-related events that may be scheduled during the Trump transition.
The email is part of a briefing on the department’s transition effort, which has been scheduled since January 19th.
“The energy transition has a long way to go, but we’re not looking to celebrate on the day,” the email said.
The department is also looking into what the Department of Defense and State Department can do to ensure that President Trump’s inauguration and other events that take place on the weekend do not interfere with the work of the National Park Service.
“While we don,t anticipate a fireworks celebration in Washington, D.C.,” the email stated, “we do want to ensure the safety of the thousands of National Park visitors who are planning to visit, work, or visit their families for the day.”