Donald Trump was at maximum vileness during his Wednesday evening rally in Minnesota. Shunning his duties of supporting the Republican candidate, he was there to promote the same list of things he has declared at rallies for three years.
President Trump first went after the so-called “elite class,” declaring that he was smarter than them and also owned better real estate.
“Why are they elite? I have a much better apartment than they do,” Trump declared to rally-goers.
“I’m smarter than they are. I became president and they didn’t. And I’m representing the best people on earth, the deplorable,” he added, referring to the term his nemesis, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, once used to describe his supporters during the 2016 campaign, which in her defense, actually turned out to be pretty spot on.
Trump also took the time to sprawl over immigration at the rally, “heroically” vowing to defend the U.S. border.
“I will always fight for an immigration system that defends our borders, and takes care of our sovereignty as a nation,” Trump said. “I will never sacrifice the safety and security of the American people.”
Before quickly slamming the news media, a classic Trump bit.
“So we’ve created 3.4 million new jobs since Election Day,” Trump announced to the crowd of supporters.
“And I’ve said before if I would have said that to you during the campaign, those very dishonest people back there, the fake news. Very dishonest.”
Trump had his supporters in the palm of his hand, they were hanging on his every word or at least it seemed so until “Cadet Bone Spurs” went after Republican Senator John McCain and the crowd for a moment turned on him.
“He’s a war hero” people could be heard shouting, Trump quickly moved on, maybe thinking that he better keep to making fun of dying veterans in private from now.
President Trump apparently criticized Sen. John McCain's vote against repealing Obamacare, without naming him, at a campaign rally.
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