Donald Trump Told Thousands of Boy Scouts That America Could Use More Loyalty

Donald Trump told thousands of Boy Scouts assembled at their annual jamboree that there needs to be more loyalty in the country. He did so while reciting the Boy Scout oath, but he stopped at the word loyalty and began to ramble on about how important it was. Trump then moved on to other portions of his speech without finishing the oath.

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Quote | He was reciting the Boy Scout oath, but stopped at loyalty.

“As the Scout Law says, a Scout is trustworthy, loyal,” Trump said before pausing for a few seconds. “We could use some more loyalty, I will tell you that.”