What is President-Elect Donald Trump Having for Thanksgiving Dinner? Let's Find Out

What is President-Elect Donald Trump Having for Thanksgiving Dinner? Let's Find Out

While Trump is in Florida, Vice President-elect Mike Pence will spend the holiday in his home state of Indiana.

His team has begun to focus on raising tens of millions of dollars for celebrations related to the January 20 inauguration in Washington, D.C.

Trump plans to ban money from registered lobbyists, whom he has purged from his transition team and barred from working for his administration.

If the company were indeed to change course, it would be an instant political boon for Mr Trump as he prepares to take the oath of office in less than two months time.

Thomas Barrack Jr., a private-equity investor who is heading the inaugural committee, responsible for planning the events accompanying Trump's inauguration on January 20, said the decision to limit donations from certain groups was "in line with the president-elect's thoughts on ethics reform".

She has for the most part remained out of public view since conceding the presidential election to Donald Trump on November 9, except for a speech at an event held in Washington by the Children's Defense Fund.

"Will know soon!" he said Thursday on Twitter.

At the same time, some conservatives warned that the longtime Republican donor, who along with her husband has spent millions of dollars to promote candidates who favor charter schools and school vouchers, also supports the Common Core education standards that Trump railed against during the campaign.

Donald Trump stated in his video that he admits that the bitterness of many people has still not subsided after the grueling election campaigns.

"They said he was going to celebrate Thanksgiving here so we chose to add that to our calendar so we could drive by and see where he lived".

For workers in Indianapolis, the Twitter exchange provided a ray of hope on an otherwise anxious Thanksgiving holiday.

Trump's surprise win over Hillary Clinton was due, in part, to his appeal to blue collar workers in the Midwest stung by losses of manufacturing jobs and the relocation of plants to countries with lower wages. He says the United States must free itself from the "bondage" of "bad trade agreements", and he has advocated threats of steep tariffs on Chinese goods.

Mr. Obama also emphasized this in his own Thanksgiving message. The 78-year-old Ross, who is white, is chairman and chief strategy officer of private-equity firm W.L. Ross & Co., which has specialized in buying failing companies. He did not announce any new decisions on Thursday.

It really is how eerie how Barack, 55, and Donald, 70, said practically the same thing in their Thanksgiving addresses on November 24.

Adam Salandra is a writer and TV host in Los Angeles.