Trump Adds #MeToo Movement Jab to Unhinged Rally Repertoire

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Mr. Trump took the senator to task for voting against his judicial nominees and for his "shameful, dishonest attacks" on Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, the president's previous nominee to run the VA this year.

She responded Thursday on Twitter, alleging Trump sought to redirect national attention from migrant children separated from their families at the border.

Trump then disparaged the Me Too movement - raising some eyebrows, but drawing laughter from the friendly audience.

Trump Jr. ticked off a list of issues and votes that put Tester at odds with the president, including being in "the top 10" for donations from lobbyists, voting "with Barack Obama's leftwing agenda almost 95 percent of the time", voting against a Senate plan to crack down on sanctuary cities, and voting against "Kate's Law", a bill hiking penalties for illegal immigrants who re-enter the country after being deported.

President Donald Trump excoriated Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren during his Montana rally with supporters Thursday night, referring to her again as "Pocahontas" and suggesting she should take a DNA test to stand up her claim to Native American heritage. 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. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for her claim that she is of Native American descent. Below, then, are the 11 most unsafe lines Trump said last night - and why each one poses a real risk to the body populace.

Trump also commented on his upcoming trip to Europe where, among other stops, he will meet directly with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The visit comes less than two weeks after his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., campaigned for Rosendale in the city of Billings. "After Donald Trump mocks the #MeToo movement and makes up a Low IQ score for Maxine Waters to make a crowd cheer... would once again like to thank Melania Trump on her awesome job with her anti-bullying and "Be Best" initiatives".

'A vote for Jon tester is a vote for Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi and the new leader of the Democrat Party, Maxine Waters, ' said Trump. Tester is one of ten Democrats up for re-election this year in states Trump won.

Trump admitted in Great Falls, Montana that he likely traveled to the state because of the fight.

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Jackson denied the allegations but ultimately withdrew his nomination.

Last week in a North Dakota rally Trump criticized Senate Democrat incumbent Heidi Heitkamp for much the same.

Here's video of Trump mocking the #MeToo movement at his rally.

Mr. Trump was in Montana to campaign for Republican candidates, including at-large Rep. Greg Gianforte and U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale.

"But Jon Tester said things about him that were awful and weren't true". "If you wanna save ICE.you better vote Republican".

Looking ahead to the 2020 race, Mr. Trump predicted, "let's say I'm debating Pocahontas". The event is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.

Montana is the latest stop on Trump's midterm campaign tour, created to boost Republicans as well as tout his first 18 months in office.

President Trump on Tuesday said that if he were to ever debate Sen.

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