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Trump’s jabs, Maxine Waters, Hillary Clinton dinner at NRCC
President calls water a ” low IQ individual,’ blasts Clinton’s remarks about the female Trump voters.
President Trump if you are not predicted Tuesday night that the Republicans “hold the house majority,” after the November midterm elections — and warned of dire consequences.
The National Republican Congressional Committee’s annual March fundraising dinner in Washington, the President warned that Democrats will block the efforts of the American borders and try to raise taxes.
“They are actually working now to raise the taxes, and I say: ‘How can you lose?'” Trump said. “They want to raise taxes. Maybe they will call that tax reform.”
The President described house Democrats as “way outside the American mainstream” and warned that they would ” campaign as a moderate,” but “always govern as a radical.”
“You said all of the Pelosi Democrats,” Trump, referring to the house minority leader, “weak on crime, weak on terrorism and weak on national defense.”
Apart from Pelosi, Trump singled out and other California democratic members of Congress for criticism — Maxine Waters, which he described as a “low-IQ individual.”
“You always Maxine see, Waters?” Trump asked, before-year-old, 79-mimic. “‘We accuse him. We accuse him.'”
“‘But he has done nothing wrong,” Trump continued in the guise of an interviewer. “It doesn’t matter. We accuse him.’ … That is, to fight to have what we have.”
Before Trump went on the stage, the NRCC announced that the event $trigger 32 million, an all-time record.
Democrats must win a net profit of 24 Republican seats, a majority in the 435-member house of representatives. A special election in Pennsylvania by 18 constituency is to close.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.