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Trump Taunts protesters in Duluth MN rally
Trump Taunts protesters in Duluth MN rally
President Trump was the start of a rally on Wednesday evening in Duluth, Minn., through the execution by the, what he calls a series of White House wins out of the economy, North Korea, and a promising tight security at the Mexican border in the midst of the ongoing immigration controversy.
The President said to attract a noisy crowd, he expected, the historically liberal state in the year 2020.
“I hate to mention this-but we came to win this proximity, the state of Minnesota,” said Trump, referring to Hillary Clinton’s narrow win in 2016. “And in two and a half years, it’s really easy, I think.”
In the Amsoil Arena in Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District, Trump support for the GOP candidate Pete Stauber, who he called “the great expressed it,” to a standing ovation.
Trump, by declaring that its Singapore-summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was a success, and he said that he “came up” with the dictator and the prediction that “President Kim, in turn, is that the country is in a big, successful country.”
“If Hillary Clinton is elected, our economy would be a disaster.”
President Trump, in Duluth on Wednesday
“We have our hostages, and I didn’t said to pay $1.8 billion dollars,” Trump, referring to the Obama administration, the secret payments to Iran’s regime.
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Even as he swore that illegal immigrant families are not separated, on the border — after signing an executive order that the effect promised earlier in the day — Trump, keep the border, ” as tough as it was.”
Cheers of “build the wall” called on trump to answer, “The wall was begun. San Diego and a lot of different places, but boy, it’s hard-you want to do to prevent what you can, and ensure that it happens. But it is happening.”
As the two protesters, among his speech broke were led out of the arena, Trump told them to go home to their “mom” and in one case asked, “Was that a man or a woman, because he needs a haircut more than I do. I couldn’t tell you.”
To the cheers of the “Space Force” Trump then reminded the audience of his plan, the Pentagon’s establishment of a branch of the armed forces focuses on military activities in space.
Obama carried Minnesota by 8. The district in both 2008 and 2012, but Trump won decisively over Hillary Clinton by a margin of more than 15 points — a swing possible is hard to talk about the trade made by the President.
To replace Stauber is running retired democratic-Farmer-Labor Rep. Rick Nolan, with his opponent to be determined, in an August primary.
Hundreds of people have to endure temperatures of over 100 degrees, and waited in the dark in a pedestrian bridge leads to the Amsoil Arena before the event, after a power failure cut off the air conditioning and lighting, The Duluth News Tribune reported.
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The rally was followed by a roundtable discussion to a Duluth paper company with local mining leaders and politicians, including House majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.
At the round table, Trump announced that his administration, the directives in a number of areas, including trade and immigration policy.
“When the other group got, your economy would have gone down the tubes,” Trump said at the roundtable.
“Nancy Pelosi … said cuts, an end to the tax,” Trump. “You do that, you will be totally economic to kill. You kill the country. … If Hillary Clinton is elected, our economy would be a disaster.”
Local mining officials said Trump in the event that the management of the curved steel-and Aluminium-had tariffs that helped the industry in the 8.District.
In answer to a question, Melania Trump, who underwent a kidney procedure for several weeks, Trump, the first lady said is doing “fantastically well.”
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At the end of the session, Trump said to the assembled officials and representatives of the economic — the heaping of praise on him during the roundtable that the slogan for his next presidency would be the candidacy of “Keep America Great Again.”
Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.