Being elected President of the United States doesn't seem to be quite enough for Donald Trump--because now, he's going around the country holding rallies to remind everyone of it. As he fills his cabinet with Wall Street billionaires and millionaires, Donald Trump tried to bulk up his image as a champion of the working class when he touched down in the Rust Belt on Thursday for his first public appearance since his Election Night victory speech. Cast as a “thank you tour,” Trump’s message was actually “I told you so.” And his nationally televised victory dance mirrored another stunningly acrimonious showdown playing out a thousand miles away in Boston. According to Politico, that's where Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway stuck it to Clinton’s campaign staffers. During a forum at Harvard University, Clinton's team accused Conway of “providing a platform for white supremacists.” In response, Conway sniped back, “Hashtag, he’s your president. We won."