Donations have been pouring in to support President Trump’s much-anticipated 4th of July celebration in Washington D.C. this year. It is a move by the president which harkens back to the days of Ronald Reagan who, like Trump, loved seeing a grand celebration honoring America’s beginnings.
Donations to Trump’s July Fourth ‘Salute’ to double fireworks display, longest ever
Washington’s July Fourth “Salute to America” envisioned by President Trump will conclude with the capital’s longest ever fireworks display thanks to donations being made by two of America’s biggest pyrotechnics outfits.
“We’re gearing up for what I think we can safely say without hyperbole is going to be the biggest fireworks show that D.C. has seen,” said Mike Litterst, spokesman for the National Park Service’s Washington sites.
The Interior Department told Secrets that Phantom Fireworks and the famed family-run Fireworks by Grucci have donated a second display for the national Independence Day celebration to combine with the traditional 20-minute performance by Garden State Fireworks.
Litterst said that result will be a display bigger than the bicentennial celebration on July 4, 1976. “This is going to eclipse that tremendously,” he said.