Trump Tells Montana Rally Crowd: If I Get Impeached, it's Your Fault

Monday, 10 Sep, 2018

He also accused the author of an anonymous critical op-ed of treason. It's really unfair for our midterms. "I did not know that I was going to be that big". "That would actually be a good story". He blasted Democratic Sen.

But he says he doesn't want to do anything to hurt Republicans so close to the November midterm elections.

"Then I beat the other side". Trump said committee members were "attacking Judge Kavanaugh and looking like fools".

"I just wanted to go, just see the President and hear what he had to say".

After the looks on his face apparently caught the attention of rally organizers, Linfesty was pulled from the VIP section a short time later, and replaced with a Trump supporter who was apparently more enthusiastic.

He urged Tester's defeat at a rally Thursday in Billings, Montana, and praised Tester's opponent, state Auditor Matt Rosendale.

"But we'll worry about that if it ever happens", Trump said.

Asked by conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt about whether Trump can be indicted, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday that the Justice Department "has taken the position. that the appropriate remedy for presidential misbehavior is impeachment", though he added that he is "not an expert on this". "We will impeach that Democrat, right?" "Very important thing. Very important thing".

Linfesty, a high school senior, said the people set to stand behind the president were told: "you have to be enthusiastic, you have to be clapping, you have to be cheering for Donald Trump".

So, whether you're a Trump supporter or not, it seems that this latest rally from the president had a little bit of something for everyone. In his July visit, Trump mocked the #MeToo movement, called Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) pounced. John McCain, who died almost two weeks ago, for opposing his Obamacare repeal effort.

President Donald Trump insisted he is competent enough to serve as the nation's chief executive during a speech Thursday night.

"I have a feeling that's going to happen with us".

President Donald Trump says he doesn't think Nike's endorsement deal with Colin Kaepernick is appropriate. Democrats, by contrast, have mostly tried to steer clear of impeachment talk - seemingly out of fear it could energize the president's base.

As Kavanaugh's hearings began, Cramer launched an ad attacking Heitkamp for a January procedural vote that effectively blocked legislation to make almost all abortions after 20 weeks illegal.

The president's strategy on the Supreme Court nomination aims to turn the screws on Tester and Heitkamp. "I had to be honest in my views". "It's why he's paying a second visit to my state", he wrote.