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President Trump says that the United States will take some “very tough action” against MS-13 while he was in Pennsylvania rally.
President Trump unspooled a broad defense of his foreign policy-including the recent meeting with the heads of government of Russia and North Korea — during a rally to boost support for U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta Senate campaign.
In front of a full arena in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday, Trump Barletta mocked Democratic opponent — a two-term incumbent Bob Casey, as “so overrated.”
“He will do whatever [Chuck] Schumer, [Nancy] Pelosi, and the new star in the democratic party tells him to do,” the President said, the added Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., to this roster, the so-called “new star” and “new leaders” of the Democratic party.
“Very low I. Q.,” Trump said of the waters.
Barletta, a glowing Trump supporter, shares his hard-line views on immigration, then he took the stage and rattled a Laundry list of Trump services.
“We are tired of winning, Mr President,” said Barletta. “We are not tired to win.” Then he grabbed Casey as “one of the most liberal senators in Washington, [who is] leading the resistance and obstruction the President of Trump agenda… He no longer represents the values of the people here in Pennsylvania.”
However, Barletta faces climb a mountain, to the defeat of the Democrats, as two surveys show after his GOP primary victory, Casey with a double-digit lead.
Later, Trump Casey referred to as a “Sleeping Bob” and handle his views on immigration, particularly his support of chain-migration.
Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa.
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“By the way, if you ask him why he didn’t [answer],” Trump said, like, by the way. “He wants to, because Schumer said, to have it.”
The President is also warmed up to his recent summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un. Appear to be punched out, the claimed by the criticism of the two meetings Trump that his critics wanted him to be Putin’s attack on the summit meeting in Helsinki over Russia’s interference in the election of 2016.
“You wanted me to walk and said to go like this,” Trump, before a short walk away from his lectern and shadow Boxing an imaginary Putin. “You wanted me to go to a Boxing match. What about the diplomacy?”
“And let me tell you, if I go and start screaming, they would have said,” He was awful! He was so rude! It was horrible! His performance was just awful!'” Trump went on.
On North Korea, Trump claimed that he “got along well with Chairman Kim. I got along well. This is not a good thing, a bad thing, by the way.” He also cited the return of American prisoners and missing recent missile tests as a sign of progress.
The President will also continue to air his complaints against the media, at one point, calling it a “fake, fake disgusting news”.
“What ever happened to the free press? What ever happened to honest reporting?” Trump asked, pointing to the media in the back of the hall. “You have not reported it. They are only stories … Only negative stories, the counterfeiter.”
To win Trump, the first presidential candidate of the Republican, Pennsylvania since George H. W. Bush in 1988, began his speech with a long reminiscence about his 2016 victory. At one point, he laments, the media, the supposed slowness in calling the state for him on election night.
“Your people do not have the privilege of us over the top,” the President said, before promising, “next time, next time.”
Turning briefly to the 2020 election is the Trump also speculated that he wanted the Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren, which he decried as “Pocahontas” or Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders, which he roundly as “crazy”, like his opponents.
Trump has accelerated, to help his campaign schedule in recent weeks, the Republicans, which he preferred, both in the primaries and in the November mid-term elections. On Tuesday, he Florida rally headlined in support of U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis in his campaign for Governor and has tried to increase outgoing Gov. Rick Scott in what is expected to be his close Senate race against incumbent Bill Nelson.
On Saturday, Trump traveling to Ohio to hold a rally for state Sen. Troy Balderson, who runs for the Congress to be held in a special election next week.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.