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>> How many times do I have to answer this question?>> With his month-old presidency dogged by controversy, rumors of dysfunction, a messy executive order on immigration, and a high-profile resignation, President Donald Trump could use a jump start. And there is a place where Trump is still a varnished hero, unmucked by the mud of Washington.
>> Is it fun to be at a Trump rally? We're happy? Is this the greatest?>> A Trump rally, the president's secret weapon on the campaign trail, his lightning rod and center of his movement. On Saturday Trump is hosting what is essentially a campaign rally in Melbourne, Florida.
Another chance to get his mojo back. Reuters campaign correspondent, Steve Holland.>> Donald Trump's speech in Melbourne, Florida is a return to his roots, so to speak. He enjoys speaking to big rallies. He soaks up the energy. These are the people who love his message, his anti-media, anti-Washington, his sort of outsider establishment message.
>> And by the way, my language is much, much cleaner as you know, than Jay Z and Beyonce, boy.>> He feeds on the energy of his crowds and I think that this will allow him to get in touch with his base of support again. He's sort of isolated here in the White House and Washington, and this will kind of give him some renewed energy, some focus.
He's trying to find his footing now and the White House feels that this sort of rally will help him do that.>> With Trump still hung up on his electoral win.>> Got 306.>> And bashing his campaign opponent months after the election.>> Hillary Clinton gave them 20% of our uranium.
>> The president is still in campaign mode. Case in point, according to the White House, this rally in Florida is officially a campaign event.>> Anyway, back to the basics.