President-Elect Donald Trump Vows To ‘Bind The Wounds Of Division’ During His Acceptance Speech

11.09.16 1 year ago 43 Comments

In a speech that few envisioned him ever having the chance to deliver when he entered the fray in a crowded GOP primary field, Donald Trump addressed a ballroom of his supporters as the president-elect of the United States of America in the early morning hours following a shocking election that made fools of pollsters and pundits. The anger was real and so was the movement, but while Trump takes the reigns of the country (with the help of a GOP controlled House and Senate), he seems cognizant of concerns that he will only work to “Make America Great Again” for his voters, leaving others out in the cold. It’s an understandable assumption considering the rhetoric that has bubbled up during this long and painful campaign from both candidate Trump, his surrogates, and his supporters, but in his speech, Trump stated that it is “time for us to come together as one united people,” and that the time is now for “America to bind the wounds of division.”

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