President Trump drew a reprimand from the press of George W. Bush's White House secretary Thursday night after receiving the "One Thousand Points of Light" volunteer effort from Bush's father during one campaign-like rally in Montana mocked.
"This is so undeserved," Ari Fleischer wrote on Twitter using the acronym for the President of the United States States. "After a 94-year-old former president of volunteering, I do not mind Potus being a fighter, I do not mind being rude."
Trump aimed at the slogan of the 41st President, George H.W. Bush, during a free-running speech on Thursday in which he also joked about the #Metoo movement, renewed questions about Sen's legacy. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) And mocked the intelligence of Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif .).
"By the way, you know all the rhetoric: Thousands of points of light, what the hell was that?" Trump asked his audience. "What does that mean?"
"I know one thing:" Make America Great Again "we understand." We make America first, "we understand." Thousand points of light? "I never understood that, what the hell is that? It was issued by a Republican. "
In his inaugural speech in January 1989, George HW Bush promoted the virtues of volunteering and said, "I've spoken of a thousand points of light, of all the community organizations scattered around the country like stars, doing good." He Frequently Used the "Thousand Points of Light"
Bush and former First Lady Barbara Bush, who died in April, founded the Points of Light Foundation for Volunteering in 1990.