President Donald Trump addressed Boy Scouts from around the country at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree on Monday - and he received quite the warm welcome with an extended round of applause during his introduction.
In a later aside, Trump added: "We could use some more loyalty, I will tell you that".
As chants of "USA!"
Mr Trump also told the boys, "Who the hell wants to talk about politics?"
After the comment Price could be seen laughing, as Trump smiled and turned towards him.
In a commencement speech at the US Coast Guard Academy in June, the President complained that "no politician in history" had been treated worse or more unfairly than him. "One percent or zero", Trump said as the scouts yelled out answers and "CNN!"
"The fake media will say, 'President Trump spoke before a small crowd of Boy Scouts today, '" he laughed.
He spent several minutes talking about the Republican health-care bill, which is scheduled for a vote tomorrow in the Senate despite uncertainty about whether enough Republicans will support it.
With the uncertain outcome of the voting at the U.S. Senate, Donald Trump expressed his hope that Secretary Price would get the votes needed to overcome the procedural hurdle that could kill the chance of passing the Republican Health Care Bill and overhaul Obamacare. "Otherwise, I'm going to say Tom you're fired!" he said.
"The press will say it's about 200 people", he said, even as news networks covering the event panned their cameras over the vast crowd.
Obama addressed the attendees of the 2010 National Jamboree in a video message.
It also came after Trump told The New York Times he regrets appointing Sessions because the attorney general ultimately recused himself from Russia-related probes.
Trump also touted his surprise election win on November 8, more than eight months ago. But it was a remarkable night with the map, the map was so red it was unbelievable. "We won Florida, we won SC, we won North Carolina, we won Pennsylvania, we won and won and won".
Schumer's criticism of his party's election loss is tied to what he said is its lack of economic vision for Americans.
Kasich, who sought the GOP presidential nomination previous year, said the American people will come out on the losing end if Republicans try to force a vote without open dialogue and transparency.
Parents of Boy Scouts and prospective Scouts immediately posted their objections to Trump's speech on Twitter. Tom Price during the Boy Scouts Jamboree: "Are you going to get the votes?"