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President Trump talks about the anonymous New York Times op-ed in the Montana rally.
President Trump said to a crowd at a rally in Billings, Montana on Thursday night, in support of GOP congressional candidate Matt Rosendale in his quest to unseat the Democratic Senator John Tester.
Trump the start of the rally and campaigned for the work his administration has done, and short of the ongoing confirmation by the Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh mentioned. Description Kavanaugh as a “truly exceptional,” Trump said he thought the candidate was “doing really well.”
Separately, probably in reference to Democrats on the Committee, he said it was “embarrassing that these people make fools of themselves, as they scream and shout to this great gentleman.”
The President refers to a controversial op-ed in The New York Times-written by an anonymous “senior official in the trump administration” – and the publication asked to release the name of the author – “for the sake of our national security.”
The President of the trip to Montana came a day after the op-ed’s publishing house, the official revealed ” that many senior officials in his own administration diligently from the inside to frustrate parts of his agenda, and his worst inclinations.”
The President also refers to the rally of accusations published earlier this year by the Tester with respect to Trump’s pick, head of the Department of Veteran Affairs, White House doctor Ronny Jackson.
President Donald Trump, seen on 5. July Senate candidate Matt Rosendale looks to GOP during a rally in Great Falls, Montana.
(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, file)
Trump said Jackson “was a terrible lie and smear.”
“What the testers have said should be allowed with Admiral Jackson never” Trump.
Jackson moved, ultimately, his nomination with the leadership of the Department under allegations Tester’s office collected about his prescription-drug practices, and the use of alcohol.
Trump beat Tester, accusing him of things to say to his constituents in Montana, and then act differently in Washington, adding that “he chooses, as he is Nancy Pelosi.”
The President painted Democrats as weak on immigration, the need to emphasized, he said, to vote for Rosendale over the Tester.
“This election is a choice between the Democrats who want to abolish ICE and the Republicans that want to be said to abolish MS-13” Trump.
The conclusion of the rally, Trump urged the people in Montana to gather your friends and family in November, and “get out and vote Republican.”
Rosendale and testers are win before the off in a state Trump took the victory during the 2016 presidential election by 20 percentage points.
If Trump Montana, visited in July, Tester full-page ads increased in a number of Newspapers welcome to the President of the state. Trump went on to slam Tester at a rally in Great Falls, as a cross-driver that was out of touch with state voters.
Tester, on Wednesday, a new TV unveiled a Spot touting his work with Trump on the veterans, told The Associated Press on Thursday that you never “a bad thing” if a President is to visit Montana.
“Always, when you get a President of the United States not to come to Montana, it is certainly a bad thing for Montana,” Tester said. “He will do what he will do. I hope he will use the trip for more than political purposes, but we’ll see.”
Rosendale rejected the idea of his opponent and trump are working together as a “rather amusing.”
“Jon has against the President, and he’s trying to come back and say he supports the President,” Rosendale told The Associated Press. “The President, says Jon, he works so well, is not to say, ‘to work with Jon with me.'”
Fox News’ Joseph Weber and The Associated Press contributed to this report.