At rally, Trump lauds Kavanaugh progress, decries meanness

At rally, Trump lauds Kavanaugh progress, decries meanness

At rally, Trump lauds Kavanaugh progress, decries meanness

Trump mocks the #MeToo movement 03:35 (CNN) President Donald Trump is set to rally Republicans on Thursday night in Montana behind state auditor Matt Rosendale's bid to oust Democratic Sen. I am 100% sure Trump wouldn't be able to pronounce "plaid", given that he can not nail "anonymous", but that's a story for another day.

"Whenever we thought he said something completely outrageous, we would look at each other and say, like, 'Did he really just say that?' Did that really just happen?' " he said.

After conducting 520 campaign rallies, Trump's staffers appear to have developed a surgical approach to addressing the riff-raff.

While those seats may not be on camera during the president's speech, super fans of Mr. Trump have had success with this strategy: One ended up being called on stage at a rally, and another said he managed to sneak into the on-camera area, where he positioned himself in view behind the president.

Trump says "we have to get it over with" and he's suggesting that the investigation into Russian election interference "should have been over with a long time ago".

"They treated me fine", Linfesty said.

"The woman she came in, and she just said, 'I'm going to replace you.' And I just walked off". Where Linfesty could not find common ground was with Trumps tax plan, which he believes benefits the top 1% and not the middle class. When I heard something that I disagreed with, I visibly disagreed.

Mr Linfesty said he was escorted out by "secret service guys" and held in a backroom for about ten minutes. He told the Daily Beast that the woman told him, "I'm going to take your place now" before making him leave. Shortly afterward, his two friends were also removed.

"I knew that I was getting kicked out for not clapping so I didn't fight it", he said. "I didn't want to make a scene more than I already did".

So, whether you're a Trump supporter or not, it seems that this latest rally from the president had a little bit of something for everyone.

The Billings Gazette identified him as Tyler Linfesty, a senior at Billings' West High School.

He had, in fact, attended a rally with Vice President Mike Pence the month before, also in Billings, with little fanfare. When the time came to end sanctuary cities, Jon voted no.

National Republican Senatorial Committee communications director Calvin Moore said the group represented "a sad attempt by Tester to cover up his liberal record".

"I was not wearing one, as you saw". Some stuff I agreed with, some stuff I disagreed with. "I would of made those faces if anyone were to say that to me".

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