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Trump threatens to DOJ, FBI to ‘start working’ or he’ll ‘engage’ in the Indiana rally

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President Trump says to supporters in Evansville, Indiana, that the Ministry of justice and the FBI make you have to “start your job,” and warns that if it is not ‘straighten right,” he will have to get involved.

President Trump on Thursday night, seemingly an ultimatum, the Ministry of justice and the FBI, either you start “doing your work” or to engage in it “.”

The President pointed out notes, he went on the stage at a rally in Indiana, in support of GOP Senate candidate Mike brown, to overthrow the addiction, democratic sen. Joe Donnelly.

“All I can say is that our judiciary and our FBI, at the head of each, because inside they have an incredible people, but our justice and our feds need to start doing their job and do it right and do it now, because people are angry,” Trump said. “What happened is a shame. And at some point, I wanted to stay out there, but at some point, if it doesn’t straighten properly, I want you to do your job, I’ll participate and I’ll be there if I have to.”

He went on to say that it was “scandalous” and that “the whole world is watching.”

He added, “And the whole world gets it and the whole world understands exactly what’s going on.”

Trump has an ongoing feud with attorney General Jeff Sessions, the appeal to the nation’s top Prosecutor to investigate former rival, Hillary Clinton, and others.

This is not the first time Trump has threatened to “get involved.” Earlier this month, the President said he “may be involved” in the fight by a conservative watchdog to receive SMS messages by fired Deputy FBI Director, Andrew McCabe and his wife, the 2015 Virginia state Senate campaign.

Earlier Thursday, the President tweeted that he was on the way to Indiana “for a large public rally” in support of brown, “of a very successful business man.”

In Evansville, Indiana tonight for a large public rally with Mike brown, a very successful business man, to be Indiana’s next U.S. Senator. He is strong on crime and the limits, of the 2. Change, and loves our military & veterans. A great night!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 30, 2018

“He’s strong on crime and the limits, of the 2. Change, and loves our military & veterans,” the tweet said. “A great night!”

Trump on Thursday characterized brown as a “special person”, he thought, he would be “a really great senator,” bring him on the stage, in addition to yourself.

Under the podium, brown the crowd that he was told “an ally” for Trump in Washington.

“He promised that the swamps dry up, and I want to be an ally, if I’m there, you can rely on, I said it for the right reasons,” brown, adding that he wanted to go, in order to give the nation’s capital Trump an ally “, you can count on, every time.”

Both brown and Trump criticized the Democratic opponent for his vote on the tax reform and the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare.

“Joe Donnelly voted against the reform. As a Congressman, he voted for ObamaCare. And then, when he could have had the deciding vote, he voted against the repeal. He voted for the Iranian offer, and thank goodness we did destroy that,” said brown.

Trump also said that a vote was in favor of Donnelly, “a vote for Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, and who refer otherwise, Maxine Waters,” on the big-name Democrats in the Senate and House.

Trump touched on various other topics during the rally, including a new trade deal with Mexico. He also spoke about the MS-13 criminal gang, he found that he could not call them “animals because Nancy Pelosi was very angry,” and defended the ICE, to say that they helped to “liberate” areas “of this scum.”

Fox News’ Adam Shaw and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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