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Trump At Mount Rushmore As America Marks Her 244th Independence Day

Trump At Mount Rushmore As America Marks Her 244th Independence Day
Today been 4th July, 2020, marks 244 years in the history of America as she celebrates her independence.

The history of America will not be complete without remembering the 54 men that accomplished the signatory that led to her freedom. 


President Trump along side his wife Melania Trump made their debut to Mount Rushmore amidst celebrations which includes fireworks. America got her independence in 4 July 1776 under the signatory of 54 men in Philadelphia.

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American Visionaries starting from George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and co established it under one truth "equality and freedom" and that fact still holds till now.

The celebration was colorful with the County's Air Force displaying over Mount Rushmore ahead of Trump's arrival. Rushmore also hosts Enormous crowd who cheered as the President addressed the Nation.

America is going through turbulence which ranges from Corona virus as the Country records the worst death during this period. It also has another challenge which is  political, as the Country prepares to elect it's next President come November 3rd. In his remark, Trump noted that it is in the face of great challenges that they prevail as a Country.

Trump's  Presidential Address As America Marks Her 244th Independence Day Celebration

Before these figures were immortalized in stone, they were American giants in full flesh and blood, gallant men whose intrepid deeds unleashed the greatest leap of human advancement the world has ever known. On this day in 1776, the Second Continental Congress adopted the United States Declaration of Independence in what is now known as Independence Hall in Philadelphia. 


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In taking this historic step, the Congress proclaimed “these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be Free and Independent States.” 


Today, we celebrate our Nation’s independence and the vision of our Founding Fathers revealed to the world on that fateful day, as well as the countless patriots who continue to ensure that the flames of freedom are never extinguished. The enduring commitment to the ideals of liberty and justice that have come to define our American spirit stem from our Nation’s founding. In declaring that our rights to “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness” should be safeguarded for posterity and that 

“Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,” our Founding Fathers launched the American experiment that espoused freedom and democracy over tyranny and monarchy. 

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Two hundred and forty-four years later, the principles grounded in the Declaration of Independence continue to guide our Nation forward and maintain its standing as a beacon of liberty, prosperity, and opportunity for all.

Over the past months, the American spirit has undoubtedly been tested by many challenges. Yet, it is in the face of adversity that our country has had some of our proudest moments of triumph. 


Today especially, we are reminded of the extraordinary feats that our Nation has accomplished since its founding nearly 250 years ago.

Together, we must ensure that we live up to the ideals of our Declaration of Independence and do all that we can to protect and preserve the freedoms that make our country the greatest in the world. The First Lady and I wish each and every American a happy and blessed Fourth of July and proudly join you in celebrating our great Nation. May God bless the United States of America.


Source: whitehouse.gov

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