WATCH: President Trump having fun on stage with the Shalva band

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Anyone who has watched President Trump interact with fans and voters knows that he’s a genuinely warm presence. He’s charismatic, engaging and funny, truths that no one denied during his pre-politics career.

Despite the constant threat of impeachment and the sustained assault on his policies from the media, President Trump has fun with his job. And it’s fun to watch him enjoying himself.

In a way, Trump’s fun-loving spirit is his secret weapon against the media. They can’t stand the idea that anyone is enjoying life in Trump’s America, and they spend a huge amount of time and resources creating a doom-laden and grim view of the world, that doesn’t come close to reality. The reality is that life is good in America today, despite the media misinformation.

With all the impeachment inquiries, IG reports, and general contentiousness, folks need a little joy from the news – and these videos deliver.

At the recent  Israeli American Council summit, the Israeli-based and internationally-touring band Shalva, made up of eight musicians, each with their own disability, sang “God Bless America.”

Be sure to watch till the end where the band greets President Trump on stage and the audience starts chanting “USA, USA…”


Shalva’s video “One Day” will give you a good idea of their spirit, talent, and lives as musicians. Enjoy!

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