Trump At Lincoln Memorial Concert: 'You're Not Forgotten Anymore' - NPR
President-elect Donald Trump kicked off his inaugural festivities on Thursday evening with a concert at the Lincoln Memorial, promising to unify the country but also reflecting on his unlikely election.
"This journey began 18 months ago. I had something to do with it, but you had much more to do with it than I did," Trump said. "I'm the messenger. I'm just the messenger."
He pledged to "make America great for all our people," citing his campaign slogan. And Trump told his supporters — calling them "the forgotten man and the forgotten woman" that helped propel him to victory — that they wouldn't be "forgotten anymore."
Trump said he was looking forward to officially taking the oath of office on Friday at noon, telling the crowd, "You're going to cheer me on but I'm going to be cheering you on because what we've done is so special." - Read More, NPR