Leaders of Florida City Declare 1st Week of February 'Donald J. Trump Week'
Trump remains beloved by many in the state
The first week in February has been officially declared "Donald J. Trump Week" by the city of Frostproof, Florida.
In the small Central Florida city, officials discussed naming the week after the 45th president on Monday.
The idea was first proposed to Frostproof vice mayor and city councilor Austin Gravley.
Gravley agreed Trump was indeed worthy of being officially recognized.
“Excited to honor former President Donald J Trump Monday night,” Gravley reportedly wrote on Facebook before the meeting.
Jon Albert, the city’s mayor, said his approval supported the tribute to Trump among the community’s voters.
During the Nov. 3 presidential election, a reported 76 percent of the city’s voters cast ballots for Trump.
City officials were pleased with Trump’s job performance, which brought jobs to the country.
Trump was also celebrated for “engaging in no new wars … while bringing many troops home.”
Frostproof sits about a two-hour drive from Mar-a-Lago resort, where Trump is laying low.
But here are some who supported Trump who has now changed their tune.
Twitter personality Mike Cernovich, who once fought Trump's corner, stated:
"Not gonna lie, I don’t miss Trump and am kinda glad he’s gone.”
Not gonna lie, I don’t miss Trump and am kinda glad he’s gone.— Cerno (@Cernovich) February 2, 2021
But his tweet did not go down too well.
Yep it's so much better now 😂— DegeneriC (@ThirdDownHack) February 3, 2021
This you? pic.twitter.com/QwmB5UI0wl— Thunderchild (@Realend01) February 3, 2021