Donald Trump was in Tampa Monday afternoon at MacDill Air Force Base.
Floridians can expect to see a lot more of the president.
This past weekend, the president spent time at his South Florida estate. Mar-A-Lago is being called the "Winter White House."
On Monday morning protesters started gathering around 8:30 a.m. to protest President Trump's visit. The protesters are calling it a "Trump not welcome rally."
This was President Trump's first trip to Tampa since taking the oath of office. The president had a full day of activities here.
President Trump received command briefings from both central command and special operations during this visit.
The president also had lunch with enlisted troops and then addressed the military members.
Trump was joined by Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford and National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.