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Trump: Democrats are beaten “so badly”, if you the campaign for the abolition of ICE cream
President Trump expects his next Supreme Court pick “go fast” and is unlikely to ask his candidacy for the position on the landmark Roe vs. Wade abortion rights case, he said in a wide-ranging interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”
Trump said the right to abortion “could be very determined, good at the end of” on a state-by-state basis, according to a new Supreme court is seated, but the President said that he would “probably” vote would not ask to replace his pick, retired Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy, Roe v. Wade.
“But I’m told putting conservative people” Trump.
Trump predicted that the new Supreme Court nominee, whom he has vowed to name at 9. July, very quickly,” with “a lot of support would be approved by the Senate “.”
The President then took on Democrats, who said the call for the abolition of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the rhetoric would backfire, in the upcoming mid-term elections.
‘ABOLISH ICE” MOVEMENT GOES MAINSTREAM AMONG THE TOP DEMOCRATS
“Well, I hope you keep thinking about it,” Trump said. “Because you are going to be such a hit. You know, ICE-cream, these are the guys that go in and take out the MS-13, and take them out. Because they are a lot harder than MS-13, such as by a factor of 10.
“And those are the ones you get rid of the ICE, you are going to have a country that you are going to be afraid to walk out of her house,” added trump.
The President also on the comments of Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., Encourage Democrats to harass Trump officials in public.
“Between Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi, as well as the elimination of ICE and have open borders, and the biggest thing you have to have open borders. All it is doing lead to massive, massive crime. This is your platform, open borders, the same crime. I think that you will never win another election. So I’m actually quite happy about it.”
“You get rid of ICE, you are going to have a country that you are going to be afraid to walk out of your house.”
Trump continued his tough talk on the legendary manufacturer Harley-Davidson announced last week that it was shifting its production from the United States would, in order to remain competitive in the face of trade unrest between the United States and Europe.
“You have this offer at the beginning of the year, long before you ever heard of the word collective” Trump charged. “And I don’t think you should do it. I think that Harley is an American motorcycle. It is an American bike, and you should build them in this country. You shouldn’t play, honey.”
The President claimed that the bike manufacturer alienate would base your customers without eroding his political support from his base.
“I guarantee you, everyone who have ever bought a Harley-Davidson voted for trump,” the President said. “I don’t know if you know that. I would have you call them bikers for Trump. Since there are hundreds. And they are very unhappy about it.”
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Harley-Davidson said this week that it is shifting its production from the United States, in order to remain competitive in the face of trade unrest between the United States and Europe.
Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.