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President Trump slams ‘MS-13 lover’ Nancy Pelosi
President Trump is blasting the house minority leader, as he fires up supporters at the Make America Great Again-rally in Nashville, Tennessee.
President Trump suggested Democratic leaders in Tennessee to replace rally Tuesday night, marking former Gov. Phil Bredesen, a Democrat, in the embodiment of retiring Sen. Bob Corker, the “absolute total tool, Chuck Schumer, and, of course, the MS-13 beloved Nancy Pelosi.”
Trump defended caption members of the MS-13 gang as “animals”, met with the house minority leader for the exception of the classification. “We are all God’s children,” Pelosi argued in the answer of the last week.
The President’s fiery comments, in front of a large audience Tuesday in the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, have been made to boost GOP Senate hope Blackburn full Marsha.
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Blackburn, a Republican Congressman, are vying to replace for their party’s nomination retirement Corker, a Republican. Blackburn and Bredesen is expected to face off in a General election as a toss-up from Fox News.
“You are more interested in the care of criminals, than they are in taking care of them,” Trump said of Democrats as the crowd booed. The President said Bredesen, of which, he claimed, had he never heard of”, donated a lot of money for the election campaign of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.”
“You have to vote to get out,” Trump said. “We have to win Marsha Blackburn. And it’s going to be a very special time. Together we will take back our country. We are returning the power back to our great American patriots.”
The campaign in Tennessee is among several racing ultimate trump card, the plans to retain control in the Senate, where the Republicans a two-seat majority.
Trump won Tennessee with more than 60 percent of the vote in the 2016 presidential elections.
“In November of this year, this is the state that is America ‘s comeback will continue full speed ahead,” the President said.
Primary colors are planned for Aug. 2.
Fox News’ Kaitlyn Schallhorn and Adam Shaw contributed to this report.
Matt Richardson is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @MRichardson713.