CAMEROTA: "The president very much wants to give this speech, it sounds like, from the Lincoln Memorial. And you write, 'The president's starring role has the potential to turn what has long been a nonpartisan celebration of the nation's founding into another version of a Trump campaign rally.' And I'm just wondering, Josh -- I mean, what kind of speech would he give? Would he give a presidential speech or would he give one of these sort of 'foaming at the mouth' speech that we sometimes see at the rallies where they clamor -- you know, we hear -- we heard it just last week where people in the crowd clamor for violence."
DAWSEY: "Well, I think his advisers, themselves, don't know what he's going to say before he gets up there. The speech would supposedly be about America, and patriotism, and the economy, and his administration's accomplishments. And, you know, kind of a rah-rah speech. But the president often goes off teleprompter, as we've seen time and time again. So what he would actually say from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial with these symbol throngs out there is really hard to know."