President Donald Trump on Thursday visited the Pearl City shopping and entertainment centre, where he said he wanted to highlight “the incredible talent and creativity” of the area.
“Pork and beef are no longer on my agenda.
Pork is no more,” Mr Trump said.
“I want to make sure that the people that love our country, our state, our country and our people are able to enjoy the great products of this beautiful city.”
“I will not allow pork, beef, and pork products to be put on my plate,” Mr Trumps said, as he held a joint press conference with local residents.
Mr Trump told reporters he was “very happy to be here in Pearl City”.
“I have to say, I’m very happy to visit a city that is so wonderful,” he said.
Pearl City is a shopping centre and entertainment district on the outskirts of downtown Pearl City, and Mr Trump toured the area on Wednesday.
“It’s been a great place to be,” Mr Bush said.
He said he had been “lucky to have the opportunity to work with the people of Pearl City” in a recent “town hall” meeting.
Mr Bush was greeted with boos when he spoke about the town.
“They were like, ‘You’re not welcome here,'” Mr Bush told reporters.
Mr Trump had met with Pearl City residents and residents of other nearby towns in a town hall meeting on Wednesday, before his visit.
“We will make sure the people who live here love their town,” Mr Bussey said.
Mr Busys first stop was a steakhouse, where Mr Trumper said he hoped the town’s “biggest steak” would be named after him.
“That’s going to be named Pork Bar,” Mr Ryan said.
The president then visited a barbershop where he was greeted by a crowd of local residents, many of whom were waiting for their barber.
“This is a very special moment for me.
It is a special place, and I want to bring a smile to their faces, a smile of peace and love, because they’ve been waiting so long for that,” Mr Walker said.
‘Good news for our farmers’ Mr Trumps final stop was at the Pearl Harbor Memorial Gardens, where the president was greeted “with great enthusiasm” by local farmers, who gave him a hug and a thumbs up.
“There’s a lot of good things happening here, good people, and a lot to celebrate,” Mr Truett said.