President Trump to Visit Bristol TennesseeVirginia

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Tuesday 16 August 2059 65854 Shares

President Donald Trump released a statement on Thursday stating that after watching the Geico commercial featuring the popular gecko mascot, he was interested in visiting the popular southern city of Bristol.

The city is split between two states, Tennessee and Virginia, and a popular tourist attraction is to stand in the middle of State Street, which is the line between the states. The president stated he wanted to remove himself from some of the negativity surrounding his policies and bring some fun and frivolity to small cities he didn't get to visit while campaigning for office.

In the popular commercial, the Geico Gecko is seen standing on a street marker dividing the states. He makes reference to being in two states at once and, after seeing the commercial, President Trump knew he had to do it, a symbol showing how his presidency will unify the country. Albeit a fun gesture, the president did state that his venture to Tennessee and Virginia is definitely one of unity, a metaphor of what he would like to see happen across the United States.

It is unknown when President Trump plans to make his visit to Bristol, but he is currently planning it out now and clearing his schedule to do so. He wants to make his arrival in typical presidential fashion, flying Air Force One into the local Tri-Cities Regional Airport and giving a speech about unity before traveling to the Twin Cities.

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