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Republican Women 'Elated' to Witness Trump Inauguration

WASHINGTON, D.C. - "The day has finally arrived for President Donald J. Trump to place his left hand on the Bible and take the oath of office as our 45th president of the United States," said Carrie Almond, president of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW), at the Inaugural Ceremonies at the U.S. Capitol.
 
"As President Trump takes the oath to 'preserve, protect and defend,' we as Americans begin working together as one nation under God to 'Make America Great Again,'" Almond affirmed.
 
In honor of President Trump and his love for our nation, the NFRW is sharing this special music video tribute, "America the Beautiful, Red, White and Blue."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAYaf6Ck6Lc

Throughout 2016, Almond and fellow NFRW members traveled the country in a red, white and blue RV named "Rosie" to rally Republicans and register voters. The bus tour, dubbed "Destination: White House," traveled over 30,000 miles to 39 states, spending 189 days on the road and rallying tens of thousands of voters. "Our destination was the White House and here we are, just blocks from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. But this is just the beginning of our journey as freedom-loving Americans and conservative Republican women to strengthen our country and our military, better our schools and hometowns, bolster our work force and economy, and improve the lives of everyone who lives in these United States," Almond said.
 
"We are grateful to all those who worked with diligence, loyalty and sacrifice this past election cycle to help make this day possible," Almond added. "President Trump has built a private sector empire not just by listening to people, but by hearing loud and clear what they are saying. It is with great confidence and renewed enthusiasm that we look to the next four years of once again standing tall on the world stage."
 
Founded in 1938, the National Federation of Republican Women is the largest and most influential women's political group in the nation, proudly representing the party that first made it possible for women to vote in the U.S. In 2016, the NFRW's nationwide "Destination: White House" tour, in a red, white and blue RV nicknamed "Rosie," visited 39 states, logged 30,000 miles and rallied tens of thousands in support of Trump-Pence.


 
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