Donald Trump, serial harasser of women, mocks the #MeToo movement

Donald Trump, serial harasser of women, mocks the #MeToo movement

Donald Trump, serial harasser of women, mocks the #MeToo movement

He again referred to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, calling her "Pocahontas" and ridiculing her claims of Native American ancestry.

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of MA. And we will say, 'I will give you $1 million to your favorite charity, paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you're an Indian. "I said it the other day, yes, she is a low IQ individual, Maxine Waters".

In all, the cases of almost 3,000 children who were separated from their parents by the Trump administration's cruel family separation practice are now being reviewed by the government. And Trump also returned to the themes of his presidency, stressing his hard-line immigration policies, his support for law enforcement and his economic policies. "They really do. And they don't know who they're playing with, folks", Trump said.

He also mentioned he would be meeting with President Vladimir Putin soon, and that getting along with China and Russian Federation is "a good thing".

Trump championed legal immigration on a merit system, noting that businesses are coming back to the USA, wages are going up, and that we "need people".

The president says, "I've been preparing for this stuff my whole life". He added that journalists questioning his readiness "don't say that".

President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Four Seasons Arena on July 5, 2018 in Great Falls, Mont.


Rosendale, who is seeking to deny Tester a third term and give Montana an all-Republican congressional delegation, said Trump has focused on the race because of Testers “liberal obstruction.”.

President TrumpDonald John TrumpEx-CIA chief Brennan compares Trump to Bernie Madoff Timeline: The controversies of Scott Pruitt Warren: Trump should have fired Pruitt "28 scandals ago" MORE on Thursday joked about the "Me Too generation" during a campaign rally in Montana.

In the crowded arena, Trump made clear the campaign stop was personal as he lamented the failed nomination of White House physician Ronny Jackson to lead the VA. Trump blamed Tester for "shameful dishonest attacks on a great man, a friend of mine". As the ranking Democrat on the Senate's Veterans Affairs committee, Tester aired a long list of complaints others had leveled against Jackson, including charges that he improperly dispensed prescription pain medication and once wrecked a government vehicle while driving drunk. Tester is one of ten Democrats up for re-election this year in states Trump won.

Jackson denied the allegations but ultimately withdrew his nomination.

It's the president's first trip to Montana, but with Tester a top GOP target this fall, Trump is certain to return and use his popularity to help send Rosendale to replace Tester in the Capitol. "Learn your heritage", Trump told the crowd.

At a campaign rally in Montana, Mr. Trump took shots at several Democrats, including incumbent Sen.

Trump planned to rally supporters Thursday in Great Falls in a bid to boost the candidacy of state Auditor Matt Rosendale, the Republican challenger to Tester. A vote for a Republican is a vote for Trump-and that's what the president is driving home, as he's made it a habit to attack both political parties. "It's time to retire liberal Democrat Jon Tester".

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