The Donald Trump Concert at the Lincoln Memorial: Great talent and ingenuity launching a new fresh day in the world

I would have expected more television coverage of the very good concert in honor of Donald Trump’s inauguration at the Lincoln Memorial even though the political left was boycotting and even harassing talent promising to perform.  Well, look for yourself dear reader.  The Mall in Washington D.C. was filled all the way beyond the Monument for a Thursday night concert.  The talent I thought was great.  Three Doors Down played Kryptonite and several other acts did some wonderful work that served as a wonderful metaphor for Trump himself–musicians that made simple instruments like pianos and drums sound like full symphony orchestras.  So if you haven’t seen this wonderful concert–here it is, and share it with others–because it was a special evening.

Rich Hoffman


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2 thoughts on “The Donald Trump Concert at the Lincoln Memorial: Great talent and ingenuity launching a new fresh day in the world”

  1. Rich, thank you so much for sharing this. Lee Greenwood and Toby Keith were my favorite parts. I hope all will pray for the safety of President Trump, Vice President Pence, their families and his cabinet. The left has gone off of the deep end and all kinds of threats are being made. They just have to prove to the country that they are totally Communistic, unrelenting in their hatred for Conservatives and true blue patriots. They have proven to us all that “they” are dedicated to destroying our Constitutional Republic. God Bless America and God Bless Donald Trump, Mike Pence and their families.


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