Trump at Montana rally: "Democrats want anarchy", mocks "Me Too" movement

Trump at Montana rally:

Trump at Montana rally: "Democrats want anarchy", mocks "Me Too" movement

It says, "Welcome to Montana, and thank you President Trump for supporting Jon's legislation to help veterans and first responders, hold the VA accountable, and get rid of waste, fraud and abuse in the federal government".

"You deserve a senator who doesn't just talk like he's from Montana, you deserve a senator who actually votes like he's from Montana", Trump said, endorsing the Republican candidate for the Senate seat, state Auditor Matt Rosendale. "To the fake Pocahontas I won't". Trump's speech was, like most of his addresses, a remarkable mix of stream-of-consciousness thinking, fact-challenged claims and demagoguery. Elizabeth Warren, he'd have to subject her to an ancestry test - but he'd do it "very gently" though, seeing how we're in the #MeToo generation. "And we will very gently take that kit and we will slowly toss it hoping it doesn't hit her and injure her arm, even though it probably only weighs two ounces".

Warren was referring to the Health and Human Services Department's announcement that it will use DNA to confirm parent-child links as it tries to reunite families separated at the U.S. -Mexico border.

"Sen. Tester's voting record is almost as radical as liberal extremists like Elizabeth Warren", he stated, adding: "In this Congress, Tester has voted with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer 84 percent of the time and with his Democratic Caucus 85 percent of the time". "Navy Admiral Ronny Jackson,"' Trump told a crowd in Montana at a political rally.

Trumps eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., received deafening applause as he opened his fathers rally, quickly going on the attack against Tester and welcoming Montana Republicans Sen.

Montana, a purple state that elects both Republicans and Democrats to statewide offices, strongly supported Trump in the 2016 election, leading both candidates to compete for Trump supporters.

Trump vowed that he'll be prepared for the July 16 summit in Finland, saying "I've been preparing for this stuff my whole life". President Trump held a campaign style "Make America Great Again" rally in Great Falls, Montana with thousands in attendance. Jon Tester for re-election. He also mocked former Vice President Joe Biden, California Rep. Maxine Waters, and repeatedly referred to Democratic Massachusetts Sen.

And to ensure that old-fashioned haircut is a Republican one, the president of the United States flew the 2,074 long miles back in time to the arena in Great Falls last night for one of his trademark campaign rallies.

Trump also continued his racist attacks on Sen. You know? He's the one, ' Trump said, recalling Jackson's commanding performance in the White House briefing room describing the president's health. I mean, honestly she is somewhere in the mid-60s.

But the Montana presidential visit (rare for a place that has but three electoral votes) was also clearly personal for Trump. Below, then, are the 11 most risky lines Trump said last night - and why each one poses a real risk to the body populace.

Along with bragging about his mouth and brain, Trump commented on the protester who climbed onto the base of the Statue of Liberty on Wednesday.

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