While tens of thousands of Americans continue to protest Donald Trump’s presidential win, the business mogul is busy celebrating his victory.
Trump’s campaign announced that the 45th president of the United States would be going on a victory tour soon after Thanksgiving, to the states where he won the popular vote.
"We're working on a victory tour now. It will happen in the next couple of weeks," George Gigicos, the campaign’s advance team director, said while speaking to reporters at the Trump Tower.
And why not? While the president-elect will get to once again experience crowds cheering for him and chanting his name, fans and followers have another chance to see him possibly mimic a disabled journalist, make babies cry, have people thrown out, or boast about how would grab a woman by the p****.
Trump’s victory tour literally seems like a replica of “The Hunger Games,” where following each win, the Capitol runs a Victory Tour featuring the victors of the bloody games, traveling around Panem.
This is how Twitter users reacted to the news:
"Trump planning a 'Victory Tour' of the states that voted for him" But will he make it all the way to District 12?— Amanda Holland (@AwkwardHolland) November 18, 2016
Trump is planning a "victory tour?" Wtf does he think this is? The Hunger Games? Nazi Germany? I hope protesters shut it down.— Tommy McDowell (@tommymcdowell25) November 18, 2016
Trump just announced a victory tour, the election begin to look furiously like the Hunger Games, I would watch that!— adrienjouis (@AdrienJouis) November 17, 2016
Trump going on "victory tour" lol...u haven't done anything yet!! Can't wait until you get impeached #Trump— Steven C Parker (@StevenCParker) November 18, 2016
"Trump plans a victory tour of the states he won" Wow I didn't know we were getting a fifth Hunger Games movie this year— Barbara (@BarbieJeanDahl) November 17, 2016
Donald Trump is doing a victory tour only in states that he won. What a big ego you have Mr. President.— Megan (@megdoe) November 18, 2016
The billionaire will also hold rallies in the states he visits, but nothing has been specified as of yet.
"I think Trump has discovered that these rallies are tremendous opportunities for him to get his message out," Christopher Ruddy, chief executive of conservative Newsmax Media, told The New York Times. "It’s actually sort of old-fashioned, that you want to actually meet people and press the flesh with him."
And everyone knows how Trump loves being in the spotlight.
“He likes the instant gratification and adulation that the cheering crowds provide, and his aides are discussing how they might accommodate his demand,” the newspaper added.
Unlike preceding presidential candidates, Trump is also still figuring out how much time he would like to spend at the White House as compared to his own luxurious mansion in New York.