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The History Tour in Dallas- Donald Trump and Bill O’Reilly

The former United States Prime minister has been the ‘topic of concern’ since he lost the 2020 elections to incumbent Joe Biden. The famous TV Show host and journalist, Bill O’Reilly, recently announced a ‘Limited engagement national tour.’

The Orlando Show event details say there will be a discussion on “exactly how things were accomplished, as well as challenges, both good and bad, during the four years of Mr. Trump’s presidency.”

Donald Trump will discuss his term as the 45th President of the United States during the tour.  According to O’Reilly’s tweet, ‘The history Tour’ will tell the history of the events during Trump’s session.

Trump is all excited for the tour, said, “I will be focusing on greatness for our country, something seldom discussed in political dialogue, I look forward to working with Bill… to discuss the real problems of our country openly and how to solve them,”

On this, O’Reilly said that the conversation with the former US President would not be boring. He also added, “My job as a historian/journalist is to get important things on the record in a fact-based way.”

The history tour will go from Florida to Houston and finally to Dallas.

The History Tour in Dallas Date

The tour will have its final stop on 19th December at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

The History Tour Schedule

12th December 2021– BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida.

18th December 2021– Toyota Center in Houston.

19th December 2021– American Airlines Center, Dallas.

Purpose of the Tour

There have been constant efforts by Donald Trump and his supporters to be at the forefront. To keep himself active for another term as a President, Trump focuses on putting light on his tenure.

Trump said, “These will be wonderful but hard-hitting sessions where we’ll talk about the real problems happening in the U.S., those that the Fake News Media never mention,” adding, “I will be focusing on greatness for our Country, something seldom discussed in political dialogue. If we don’t make our country great again, we will soon no longer have a Country!”

Timings of the history tour for Houston

The timings for the event venue at Houston and Dallas are the same. The doors for the events will start opening at noon and will go on till 3 pm.

The main event will start from 3 pm onwards. There will be an enhanced security check before the guests enter.

Covid vaccination certificate for the event

It is not required to present a Covid negative certificate at the event. Also, there is no need to submit a Covid vaccination certificate.

The guests are only required to follow Covid safety protocols like apt distance while seating and wearing masks.

Tickets for the Dallas tour

The tickets for the tour start from $100. Also, VIP seating requires separate VIP tickets, which might cost higher.

The tickets price ranges from$100 to $7500.

For the Dallas event, the tickets are available here!

About the organizer

This tour is hosted by the famous historian, political analyst, journalist, and television host, Bill O’Reilly.

Bill was a news reporter for renowned news channels like CBS news, ABC news, and many other local news channels.

Later he joined the Fox news channel and hosted a show called The O’Reilly Factor till 2017. He also hosted the radio factor in the meantime. Both the shows were massively liked by the nation.

O’Reilly was detained from his job after New York Times claimed his involvement in a lawsuit.

While O’Reilly always delivered political news but in his book The O’Reilly factor, he said the reader “might be wondering whether I’m conservative, liberal, libertarian, or exactly what … See, I don’t want to fit any of those labels, because I believe that the truth doesn’t have labels. When I see corruption, I try to expose it. When I see exploitation, I try to fight it. That’s my political position.” 

While being questioned about him being registered as a Republican, he said he was unaware of that.

He also went on to say, “I’m not a political guy in the sense that I embrace an ideology. To this day, I’m an independent thinker, an independent voter; I’m a registered independent … here are certain fundamental things that this country was founded upon that I respect and don’t want to be changed. That separates me from the secularists who want a complete overhaul of how the country is run.”

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