Not what you'd expect from Trump.
President Donald Trump melted down during a press conference at Trump Tower. The President defended his original statement on the violent white-nationalist protests in Charlottesville and even found time to plug his winery.
During a trip to Virginia, I spent an afternoon at Trump Winery in Charlottesville. Donald Trump purchased the property in 2011, as well as the adjoining estate the following year. He subsequently handed over control of the enterprise to his son Eric.
Even though the President-Elect said during a news conference in March that he owns it "a hundred percent," the winery's website states that it isn't officially affiliated with Donald Trump or his organization.
The winery itself provided a lovely environment for a Saturday afternoon over Labor Day weekend. Along with refreshing, reasonably-priced wines, we found a mix of Trump supporters as well as people who were simply there to enjoy the wine and the spectacular views of the Virginia countryside.
This article was originally posted in September 2016.