April 29th 2016 – The Moment Many More Realized Trump Was Their President…

We lived in the “Time of Trump”:


father-and-son-4…. “And we lived in the time of Trump” !

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194 Responses to April 29th 2016 – The Moment Many More Realized Trump Was Their President…

  1. Sherlock says:

    I remember going to a campaign headquarters opening in Long Beach, CA. Now this is CA, for crying out loud, LA county. But the spirit in the place that day was infectious, off the charts great. They were signing up volunteers, people singing patriotic songs, plenty of food, just great. Local TV news camera comes in to try to do a story about how it’s only white people that support Trump, yada yada….Whoops! Probably under 1/2 were white folks, rest were asian (lots), black, hispanic, you name it. We knew we had no chance in CA, and that there would be few if any rallies out here, but it didn’t matter. You could tell that it was REAL, and that something HUGE was happening, and we were getting to be part of it. Wonderful day, wonderful year fighting alongside the Trump brigades.

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  2. SteveInCO says:

    And he WILL BE president in 19 days, 01 hours, and 15 minutes!

    Not that I’m counting, mind you.

    And Hitlary Klinton will be president in [NEVER EVER].

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  3. Blibber says:

    It was a different time entirely for me.
    I can remember Donald Trump very well, from when I was a young man – a teenager in the 1980s. It was a time when you could see the positive spirit in America. It dripped from everything. People were proud, the economy was strong – people had options and choices in their lives. Being successful was not a dirty word – and it seemed as if anyone could achieve it – through work. That was always what I was taught, and that seemed to me to be the American Dream.
    Trump was well known then, and to me, he represented that simple dream. Yes, he had a little bit to get started with, but so do a lot of people. Not everyone, but a lot do. A lot squander their opportunities.
    I liked Trump then, and I like him now. When I saw him then (which was more rare), he seemed soft-spoken, sensible, direct – and proud of his accomplishments. I never saw a reason why he shouldn’t be. That’s always been my take.
    So – I always liked the Donald. Though most of you don’t know me, and though I’m not a billionaire – I am much like Trump. Everything he says always seems to be the same thing I’m thinking (generally, if not often quite specifically). It’s hard for me not to agree with someone like that.

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  4. Radiopatriot says:

    Sundance at The Conservative Treehouse, you really do a great job of conveying more than just the news. Your heart for our country and for the man who has promised he will take the slings and arrows for us is, well, it’s touching.

    Like your inspired image of a father pointing to the LION and telling his son, “…And we lived in the time of Trump!”

    Thank you for all you do, Sundance. Happy New Year to you and all the Treepers who’ve never lost faith, never gave up, and always maintained the countenance of happy warriors (like Andrew B.)

    It always feel like home when I drop by.

    Happy 2017! Together we will make America great again.

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  5. zephyrbreeze says:

    I don’t if it was THE thing, but it was a BIG thing:

    Diamond and Silk – Take on Kelly Megyn – Smelly Kelly

    “Blow on this: Leave my man, Donald Trump, the HELL alone.”

    “He’s going to be the next President whether you like it Megyn Kelly, or Kelly Megyn, whatever your name is, or not.”

    Days never to be forgotten.

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  6. zephyrbreeze says:

    The first time Diamond and Silk spoke at a Trump rally.

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  7. zephyrbreeze says:

    This little boys chooses Trump

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  8. anarchist335 says:

    Yes sundance, that was the day I was sure of Donald John Trump! He wasn’t even phased by jumping a ditch and coming in the back way. Hell w the DNC rabble rousers. I thought, “Man, Trump is something else!” MAGA

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  9. fred5678 says:

    I signed up as a volunteer Sept 2015, worked at 2 of the 3 Trump rallies in Pensacola, attended the 3rd, also last Thank You rally in Mobile, plus Pence rally in Pensacola. Worked phone banks, walked neighborhoods, distributed yard signs (and got attacked by a kid with a baseball bat.)

    Haven’t had as much fun since walking neighborhoods in Santa Monica for Goldwater and going to 2 rallies at Dodger Stadium in 1964.

    HAPPY 2017 TO 2025 !!.

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  10. georgiafl says:

    President-elect of the USA Donald J. Trump = LARGE AND IN CHARGE!

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  11. shadowcole says:

    Like a Boss, I remember seeing this and thinking, God is on his side, he will win and nothing, no one can stop him. It made me proud to be on the Trump train, proud to be an American. I watched as his right hand man, the tall thin private security guy removed his tie from his shoulder like he had to take care of his boss, very kind of sweet.

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  12. katherine009 says:

    Mitt Romney’s comments about Trump just before the Michigan primary did it for me. I was furious! Then I started watching a few speeches on line. Two really stood out: the meeting he had with the Florida Haitians, and the one with the military folks (where he was accused of criticizing vets with PTSD). I saw how the attendees really longed for a leader, and how much Trump was moved by them. You could see his resolve increase and harden the further into the campaign he went.


  13. mariposa232 says:

    Happy New Year Sundance and treepers ! The best of 2016 was the Lion Donald coming in to rescue this country from the grip of the evil talons of the Obama/ Clinton/Bush raptors ! I’ll never forget the Miami rally in September when the deplorable banner was unveiled, and he walked onstage to that awesome theme from le Mis,. I can say I was there ! The energy , the goodwill and , yes the love , was electric . It was knowing that history was occurring, and that the future was being remade before our very eyes. I knew he would win. I kept everyone in my circle spirits up , because of that rally., and with the treehouse , kept on believing. On the eve of the election I looked up to the sky , and there it was, a huge cloud in the shape of a pouncing Lion. I knew then the spirit was real, that America , by the grace of God, had found its way back from the abyss.


  14. Libertyvibe says:

    The moment I knew: At the first Republican debate when they asked if any of them would consider running as an Independent if they didn’t get the nomination. Then our hero raised his hand, stood out from his podium in front of all of those cucks, liars and demons and said, “I am willing to stand up to you!” I was folding laundry. I stood up. I screamed. I cheered. I think I cried. My kids thought I was crazy. I knew God had finally answered 20 years of prayer.

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  15. Libertyvibe says:

    I just reposted this article on my wordpress, along with a few other poignant Trump memories from our journey this year. Please visit, and feel free to share your links in my comment section. I would like to add them. It has been an honor and a privilege being on this train with you people!


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