President Donald Trump likes a good applause line on Monday touted the changes to come from the Republican tax law, requesting attendees at a Nashville, Tennessee, rally give him a standing ovation at one point. Trump said people will now be "spared" from the estate tax, which he called the "death tax," drawing a round of applause from the crowd at the American Farm Bureau Federation's convention. After the room began to applaud, Trump implored the audience to "come on, get up" and give a standing ovation. Later on in the speech, Trump also said it was a "privilege" for people to get to vote for him. "Oh are you happy you voted for me?" Trump said. "You are so lucky that I gave you that privilege."