The crowd roared as Donald Trump took the stage.
“With your votes, the great citizens of this country declared to the world that from now on it's going to be 'America first," Trump said in Orlando Friday.
Trump soaked in the energy of the 20,000 Floridians who came to support him, vowing to restore "respect" to the American flag, rebuild the military and restructure the country's foreign policy.
"It's a horrible thing. We are going to do everything we can, we are going to get it straightened out one way or another," he said about the nation's foreign policy.
Trump promised to build safe zones in Syria, promising to "help people" overseas all while fixing the country's jobs sector and education system.
He recalled Election Night in great detail, naming all of the states he won and all the upsets which happened during the evening.
"The map was so bloody and red. It was beautiful," he said.
Trump said many doubted his capabilities on the campaign trail. Polls had Clinton out in front as the favorite of the election. She, polls said had the presidency in the bag.
Trump, however, said the night was full of surprises, especially in Democrat-favored areas in the Midwest and near Canada.
"They said 'You cannot break the blue wall'...not only did we break it, we shattered the hell out of it," he explained.
The "Thank You" rally was his first public Florida stop since winning the presidential election against Democrat Hillary Clinton in an historic upset last month.
Outside, vendors sold Trump t-shirts and the famous red baseball caps emblazoned with Trump's famous "Make America Great Again" slogan.
Familiar Florida faces also made appearances at the rally.
Republican Party of Florida Vice Chair Joe Gruters emceed the event and U.S. Reps. Dennis Ross and Neal Dunn also showed up.
"Donald Trump is going to do something this country has desperately needed: the unification of this country," said Ross. "We are all Americans. We all deserve the opportunity for success."
RPOF chairman Blaise Ingoglia also made an appearance, lauding Florida's accomplishments in helping bring Trump's campaign to victory.
Gov. Rick Scott also showed up to offer a helping hand to Trump at the rally. Despite chairing a pro-Trump super PAC which dumped millions of dollars into television ads in swing states, Scott only appeared at one Trump event on the campaign trail at a rally in Tampa in June.
Scott has frequently drawn comparisons of his own political career to Trump’s since neither one of them have had much political experience before taking office.
On Friday, Scott said Trump was the right pick to put America back on a path to prosperity.
"Now we have a president who is a good friend of mine...a father, a grandfather, a husband," Scott said. "He's going to turn this country around."
Attorney General Pam Bondi also allegedly showed up at the rally, but did not speak to the crowd. Bondi tagged along at Trump events frequently while he was campaigning for president.
Trump and Bondi are longtime friends and it’s been rumored the state Attorney General is in talks for a position somewhere in Trump’s administration, though both have been quiet about the matter.
The crowd thanked Trump in a series of chants, flipping the script from an event to thank his supporters to the crowd admiring him in turn.
"This is truly an exciting time to be alive," Trump told the crowd. "The script is not yet written...what we do know is that the pages will be authored by each and every one of you."
Unity, Trump said, was his ultimate goal.
"We will bring our country back together," he told the crowd. "We will love everyone in our country. When Americans are unified, there is nothing we cannot do."