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‘Fox & Friends’ exclusive: President Trump reacts to the murder of college student Mollie Tibbetts, the deportation of ex-Nazi guard, and, if Democrats try to impeach him, if you are doing it again in November.
President Trump, in an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt, warned that “the market would crash,” if he ever accused during the questioning of why the Democrats would even consider the of course in the future.
“I don’t know how you can accuse someone who made a great job,” Trump said in the interview that aired Thursday on the “Fox & Friends”.
To track the President weighed in on calls from the left to the indictment, when the Democrats use the house in the midterm elections. That speculation kicked up in accordance with the plea deal struck claimed by his former lawyer Michael Cohen, the President was involved in hush-money payments and the recording of campaign Finance violations.
The President argues that he has done a great job in the office, despite the critical reporting in connection with the Cohen case and other controversies.
Further, he warned, “If I’m ever accused of I think the market would crash, I think everyone would be very bad, because without this way of thinking would be, you would see — you see numbers, you would not believe, on the contrary.”
The President announced his economic achievements, the claim that the economy was going to be “down” if he had not been elected.
“I was released, I have the rid regulations, the tax cut was a huge thing,” Trump.
He added: “Had Hillary and the Democrats, had to you President, you would have negative growth. We raised $10 trillion in value.”
Charge, the speech is still only in certain corners of the Democratic party. Top house Democrats have largely pushed back to keep track of calls, option, although some have held, to open the door.
Many Democrats have said that Cohen’s plea creates legal risks for Trump. “The essence of the objection, potentially implicating the President in illegal campaign Finance violations, adds the President of the legal risk,” Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., top House Intelligence Committee, a Democrat, said in a statement.
The President also met with the immigration in the interview statement “we will make a record of the job, but we have bad laws.”
“You know, if you have bad laws, you can do good. But you can do much better, if your good laws. So you change them all, but we have to choose, more Republicans,” said Trump.
The President was asked about the murder of 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts, the he as “a young, beautiful girl.”
“She was killed by a horrible person, who came from Mexico, here illegally. Found by ICE, large ICE, abused by the Democrats and the left. And without it, you might not be sitting here so comfortably now. I think it is so sad,” Trump said.
Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, in the United States illegally from Mexico, was charged with first-degree murder on Tuesday in Tibbetts’ death. He is currently in negotiations on a Federal immigration detainer.
“We build the wall. It’s already started. We spent 3.2 billion US-dollars. We ask you to provide $5 billion for this year, the funding is. The wall goes. A lot of people don’t know it,” Trump said.
He added that he would “like to build it even faster,” but said the work with the Democrats is “very, very hard.”
“We do an incredible job,” Trump.
The President said he would himself and his presidency so far, an “A plus.”
“I don’t think any President has ever done what I’ve done, in this short, we are not even two years, the largest tax cuts in history, soon to be two incredible judges of the Supreme court—I’m sure that justice Kavanaugh admitted to be justice from gorsuch was a star,” Trump said. “Look at all the things we have done with the rules, the economy is the best it ever was in the history.”
Trump Brett Kavanaugh announced as his choice to replace retiring Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy on the bench. His hearing is expected to be in the Senate at the beginning of September, although some Democrats are pushing for delays, which according to Cohen’s plea.
The area in which Trump said that he was not successful with the media.
“The only thing I do bad the press is not told treated me Fair,” Trump. “I thought after I won, you know, you killed me during the campaign. Only killed me. I said, well, to win a good thing that I showed you, so now I will press fair.”
He added: “Guess, it was even worse. It’s worse than that.”
The President has mocked routinely, and attacked the media such as CNN, NBC, The New York Times and The Washington Post-about-critical stories, which he often disputes. Last week, more than 300 publications across the country participated in coordinated editorial, the promotion of the press columns of freedom and criticism of Trump.
Trump went on to criticism of the reporting in the media, his summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, last month.
“My meeting with Putin was a huge success, I got killed by the fake-news”, Trump said. “She wanted me to go and punch him in the face. I said I want to be together with Russia. I would like to get along well with everyone.”
He added: “you said I was thinking too rough on North Korea, you need to remember that, too rough. But with Putin, she said, I was too soft.”
The President angered the members of the two parties in the Putin summit saying the two countries share the blame for the damaged relationships and not fixed by US intelligence estimates, Russia is experimenting in the elections of 2016.
Trump praises his wife, Melania Trump, for your grace, the by negative reporting in the media of the first family and his administration.
“She is well. She is a great woman. She goes through a lot with all this advertising. But she is a great woman, she’s good,” Trump said, adding that unfavourable reporting and publicity “part of my life.”
He added: “I’ve always won. I’ve always won. It was controversial when I ran and I won, and now the country better than it could have ever done.”
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.