Shortly after whipping up his base in Phoenix, Arizona, President Donald Trump turned around and preached a message of unity to a crowd of veterans in Reno, Nevada.
While signing a veterans bill before an American Legion convention, Trump held up the military as an example of a unified country.
He said: "Those who wear the nation's uniform come from all different backgrounds and from every single walk of life, but they are all united by shared values and a shared sense of duty."
But Trump could find it harder to build unity outside of that issue. His suggestion to shut down the government unless Congress funds a border wall was met with skepticism from GOP leaders.
And Trump still has to convince voters that he can unify America. A recent Quinnipiac Poll found 62 percent of voters think Trump is doing more to divide the country than he is to unite it.