How to dress like a ninja at the 2017 World’s Fair
“They’re a lot of fun, I think they’re really fun.
And I think that we’ve had a lot in terms of people wearing them,” he said.
“We’ve had so many people come up to me and say ‘I’m wearing this, I’m wearing that, I really love it, I like it.'”
Trump, meanwhile, had little to say about the “no-shoes rule,” which he said would be lifted when the theme park is open to the public.
The theme park’s opening weekend, however, is already underway, so the new “no shoes” rule may not be enforced until March.
Trump, who has repeatedly said he would like to see the theme parks of Japan, South Korea, France, Australia, and the U.K. open to everyone, has already faced backlash from his own fans and critics for not allowing them to wear their own shoes during his 2016 inauguration.
His comments have come under fire from both the business community and the LGBT community, who say the decision has led to a decline in foot traffic at the theme-park destinations.
The president has been criticized by the business and entertainment communities for not following their advice.
In an interview with CNN on March 13, he said that while he liked the idea of wearing sneakers on the grounds of the U and the World, he felt the rule would not work in the U, where “there are a lot more people, so I’m not sure how you can have that.”
He also said he did not want to see people wearing shoes in his inauguration.
The White House issued a statement later that day saying Trump “loves to dress in his own shoes and enjoy the freedom to be himself.”
The president’s comments come at a time when other U.S. presidents are also pushing for more freedom for visitors to wear the “No Shoes” sign.
In January, President Barack Obama urged people to wear shoes while attending his inauguration in 2021.
The Obama administration’s guidelines included requiring people to have shoes that could fit over their feet.
Trump’s “no shoe” campaign also includes celebrities like former President Barack H. Obama, who said during the inauguration that he would encourage people to dress “in their own best shoes.”