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Trump, in the fiery first rally since Müller justification, celebrates the end of the “collusion of deception’ and ‘ridiculous bullsh–‘

nearvideo President Trump “Make America Great Again” rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan

The President speaks to supporters

In his first major rally since Special Counsel Robert Muller told him about secret agreements with Russia, President Trump, the stage went in front of a boisterous full house at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Thursday night — and proceeded to tear into the Democrats and the FBI as an unintelligent “cheater” who desperately tries to undermine the results of the election in 2016.

“The Democrats now have to decide if you still has the public amounted to ridiculous bullsh–,” Trump said to thunderous applause, “– partisan investigations, or whether or not you apologize for the American people.”

Trump continues to unload on his opponent: “I have a better education than you, I’m smarter than you, I went to the best schools, they came. Much more beautiful house, much nicer apartment. Much more beautiful everything. And I’m the President and you are not it.”

Addressing counter protesters outside of the arena, and Progressive in General, Trump asked: “What do you think your characters ‘resistance?’ What the hell is that? We get something done.”

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Later, Trump vowed to “close the damn border”, unless Mexico consider two new caravans approaching the United States.

The economy, Trump said to sustained cheering, “roars the ISIS Caliphate defeated, one hundred percent, and after three years of lies and smears and libel, the Russia hoax is finally dead. The consultation craze is over. … The biggest political fraud in the history of our country. And guess what? We won.”

“I love election campaign against the Green New Deal,” Trump remarked at one point. “One car per family — the love, the in Michigan.”

Trump predicted that the former DOJ and FBI officials, urged the consultation theory, and authorized secret surveillance guaranteed against members of his campaign-which he would, incidentally, as a “big loser” – soon to be “big problems.”

Trump is also the democratic Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee as “little pencil-neck Adam Schiff, who has the smallest, thinnest neck I’ve ever seen,” and someone who “is not a long-ball hitter.”

The ship, the violent, the arrangement pushed history, has vowed stubbornly continue to Trump despite Müller’s results, even as the Republicans for his resignation.

Trump rally prompted thousands of Fans line the streets hours in advance in a festive atmosphere, including the sellers to “Make America Great Again” hats and holding supportive signs.

To talk to the people waiting for the President, Donald Trump Rapids, Mich at a rally in Grand., Thursday, 28 March 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

The evening was something of a homecoming: Trump was the first Republican in over two decades to win Michigan, in the 2016 presidential elections, edging out Hillary Clinton, thanks to, in part, to his decision to cap-off his campaign with a final rally in Grand Rapids shortly after midnight on the day of the election. “This is our Independence Day” Trump roaring, participants said.

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Thursday night’s event, though, was a mixture of homecoming and all-out-victory-parade, in the sequence of Müller’s conclusions. Enthusiastic fans-including many who were there, Trump, to swing in the midst of a flood of unproven allegations that he conspired with Russia, the 2016 election — began the encirclement of the Van Andel Arena as early as 3:30 PM

Trump experienced the day of the election rally on Thursday, telling the audience that he came home at 4 o’clock in the morning and Melania Trump said he had an “incredible amount” late in the evening and thought: “How the hell can I lose Michigan? And guess what: We have not lost to Michigan.”

President Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Grand Rapids, Mich., Thursday, 28 March 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Trump also liked what he called “breaking news” for the locals, with the promise of, “I’m going to the full funding of $300 million for the Great Lakes restoration Initiative, which you have tried, for over 30 years. It is at the time.”

Trump pointed out that MSNBC and CNN’s ratings “fell through the floor last night,” while Fox News ” ratings “through the roof.” MSNBC and CNN were the top supporters of the Russia agreement, narrative, and she suffered significant ratings losses, according to Müller ‘ s report.

Retired furniture maker Ron Smith, 51, was one of the supporters travelled to on Thursday, the rally early. He told the Detroit News outside of the arena, although “the Republicans are trying in Congress, stumbling blocks in his way,” still, “Donald Trump comes in here and gets things done.”

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Separately, Trump Jussie Smollet episode called an “embarrassment”, both in Chicago and the United States, and vowed to continue border wall construction.

In remarks to reporters before he left the White house earlier in the day, Trump preview a wide rally, on everything from the economy to health and border protection. But there was little doubt that the President will devote much time to a lap of honour to Russia.

Trump has also promised to save the Special Olympics, after the Ministry of education planned cuts to the program in its current budget.

“The Special Olympics are funded. I just told my people, I want to Finance, which said the “Special Olympics” and I just authorized the financing of the “Special Olympics” Trump. “I’ve been with Special Olympics. I think it’s incredible and I only authorized the financing. I heard it this morning. I mean people have to be overwritten. We are for the financing of the Special Olympics.”

In a heated and exclusive interview with Fox News’ “Hannity” Wednesday night, Trump vowed to release classified documents, the information could Russia the probe the origin. He also accused FBI officials of committing “treason” — a strike to former FBI Director James Comey as a “terrible fellow”, the former Director of the CIA, John Brennan as potentially mentally ill, and the house Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., like a criminal.

President Donald Trump’s arrival at Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids, Mich., for his rally. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Redacted versions of the FISA documents that have already been published, have revealed that the FBI relied extensively on documents of Christopher Steele, an anti-Trump, a British ex-spy working for a company funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, to watch Trump aide Carter page. At least one senior DOJ official had obvious concerns Steele was unreliable, according to text messages obtained exclusively last week by Fox News.

The dossier leaked, and related FBI surveillance, it was a media frenzy over alleged Russia-Trump consultation, ended with a whimper on Sunday. Trump, on Thursday, told the crowd in Michigan that the dossier of “dirty.”

Michigan Democrats, meanwhile, planned a counter-rally nearby, with the party, saying it wanted to issue a “call for action and solutions to the basic questions that all of us, such as health care, education, clean drinking water, equality, the rights of immigrants, support for our military-veterans, jobs, the economy and more.”

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A handful of protesters waved “socialist alternative” banner and shouted “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA,” according to local reports.

The Republicans have claimed to fight that Trump has a good chance to win Michigan again in the year 2020, even though demographic change could have a some with against the wind. In November, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer, a trump-backed candidate defeated to claim the state made.

“The Democrats are in a pickle, and you here” by the trumpets of the investigation, said Brian, “Boomer” Patrick, communications director for GOP Michigan Rep. Bill Huizenga. “All the eggs were in a basket on the Mueller report.”

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