Yes, ladies and gentlemen, there will soon be a stretch of highway in Oklahoma named after President Donald Trump.
And it will be the most perfect, tremendous, absolutely beautiful stretch of concrete you've ever seen in your life. Just gorgeous. Absolutely gorgeous.
President Donald J. Trump Highway will be a roughly 20-mile stretch of U.S. 287 from Boise City to the Oklahoma-Texas border in Cimarron County.
Governor Kevin Stitt, a Republican, signed the bill Friday.
The bill did hit a bit of a roadblock, though, when Democrats pointed out a rule stating that a person must be deceased for at least three years before a highway can be named after them.
But Republicans just kind of laughed, and went ahead and repealed that rule.
So in the truest of Trump fashion, we now have a highway in Oklahoma that will be named after him.