Despite the fact that Donald Trump already won the Presidency, he's still holding rallies. If you've ever seen footage of Trump speaking at one of these events, you know exactly what's in store. His latest speaking engagement in Arizona, however, is one that Trumps all of his previous speeches.
Four speakers took the podium before him, including a possibly illegal appearance by Ben Carson, and they all condemned the violence in Charlottesville and urged Americans to not allow our differences to divide us. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., lead the crowd in singing "How Great Art Thou."
Franklin Graham, an evangelist, prayed for Americans to stop "those in this country who want to divide, who want to preach hate."
Carson in his speech also said "our lives are too short to let our differences divide us," and Vice President Pence said, "Trump believes with all his heart...that love for America requires love for its people."
Then Trump took the stage and proceeded to speak for 72 minutes straight, in a speech where he, among other topics, went on a tirade against the media, blaming journalists for fomenting hatred between citizens.