Sunday marked the first meeting of the new year for hundreds of retiree's fighting to keep their pensions.
It's a battle that's been up hill for the past year and now those impacted are preparing to talk with a new administration.
Group leaders say they're feeling excited and rejuvenated for the new discussions as well as hopeful changes will be made.
"We're pushing his words make America great again. America became great on the backbone of the middle class working man that's what built our country and to take and attack against us and demean us like this just remember what made it great and protect those who made it great," said Terry Black of the Green Bay Committee to Protect Pensions.
The President has already met with several union leaders already, but as of yet no changes affecting pensions have been made.