President Trump speaks on the telephone in the Oval Office of the White House, Jan. 28.
President Trump is planning to lay a wreath at President Jackson's tomb at the Hermitage in honor of his 250th birthday, before holding a rally in at the Municipal Auditorium. "I think Jackson is getting more publicity and press right now than he has since he was president". "The Jacksonians weren't the least bit apologetic; in their tough martial worldview, the Japanese needed killin', and that was all there was to it", Bannon explained in an article with Alexander Marlow.
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Jackson, the son of Irish immigrants, was considered "the people's president", and he approached the presidency in a dramatically different way than presidents before him, acting on his own beliefs and using the full power of the office to take swift action. For this reason, along with Jackson's support of slavery, the administration of former president Barack Obama called for Jackson to be removed from the $20 bill, a decision that Trump at the time called "pure political correctness".
While it's standard procedure for venues to close during presidential visits, President Donald Trump's visit to the Hermitage Wednesday has drawn ire from fans of the the 7th President. He repeatedly hinted throughout the campaign that he might continue to hold rallies as president.
Prior to the rally - which is a campaign, rather than White House-run event - Trump will visit The Hermitage, where he will be joined by Nashville Mayor Megan Barry and as many as 100 Tennessee state legislators.