Sean Spicer, who will serve as Trump’s press secretary gave a few hints about President-elect Donald J. Trump’s inaugural address, saying it will be “less of an agenda, and more of a vision of where he sees the country,” and further stating it would be a very personal and sincere statement.
On Wednesday, Trump published a picture on Twitter, which showed him hard at work writing his speech for the inauguration.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 18, 2017
While Spicer did not give many specific details about what the President-elect will be saying at inauguration, he did offer up a couple more hints.
“He’s gotten input and advice from individuals, but this is something that he has found very dear and personal, and it is his opportunity to express…where he wants to take this country,” Spicer said.
“That’s a little bit in the eye of the beholder,” Spicer went on to say. The speech would include “shared values” and “where we can go as a country,” he added.
Trump’s speech would be “very forward thinking, very inspiring, together-oriented,” Spicer said, adding that it would set the direction of his tenure.
President-elect Trumps swearing in ceremony begins at 11:30 AM ET today. Make sure to tune in to learn more about President Trump’s vision to “Make America Great Again.”