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President Donald Trump’s “Salute To America” event featured tanks and flyovers and cost the Pentagon $1.2 million.
The annual July 4th celebration in Washington, D.C., featured President Donald Trump staying on script instead of going after Democrats, like some White House staffers feared he would do.
The president is set to hijack the usually bipartisan July 4th celebration in Washington.
The president has long been fascinated by displays of military might.
The president is set to hijack the usually bipartisan July 4th celebration in Washington.
A Russian military parade, female pilots uniting, and a chicken crossing the road are among this week's eye-catching images.
The president responded to the news that the Pyongyang celebration didn't include a display of nuclear missiles.
The White House budget director hinted that Trump's rocky relationship with Washington city officials played a role.
"Maybe Mexico will pay," one person suggested on Twitter.
A military parade has long been a desire of Trump – now he says he'll attend an Armistice Day parade in Paris instead.
Estimates for the president's Veteran's Day parade, two days after the midterm vote, rose from $12 million to $92 million. The Pentagon is looking at 2019 now.
“Unfortunately, we do not have a commander in chief, right now, as much as we have a wannabe banana republic strong man."
The president's military fantasy gets a closer look.
Russia observes Victory Day with a dramatic military parade.
The event was a dress rehearsal ahead of a Victory Day parade on Saturday to commemorate the end of World War II. Tanks, but
President Nicolas Sarkozy, who rode down the Champs-Elysees Avenue in a military vehicle despite a downpour, had to defend