The 11 most unsafe things Donald Trump said in his Montana speech

The 11 most unsafe things Donald Trump said in his Montana speech

The 11 most unsafe things Donald Trump said in his Montana speech

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Montana, a purple state that elects both Republicans and Democrats to statewide offices, strongly supported Trump in the 2016 election, leading both candidates to compete for Trump supporters. "I will say we will give $1 million to your favorite charity paid for by trump if you take the test and it shows you are an Indian".

Trump's speech on Thursday night contained a number of genuinely unsafe lines, lines no president before Trump would even considering uttering among a small group of friends - much less in front of thousands of people.

Shortly after Trump threw darts at Warren on Thursday, Warren fired back, noting the Trump administration was conducting DNA tests on separated migrant families. "They don't want to use that word, because it gets the Republicans out to vote".

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Trump unleashed a vigorous campaign-season attack on some of his most strident Democratic critics and leaned heavily into the roiling immigration debate by claiming the opposition wants to abolish the federal agency that enforces immigration laws, though no top Democrats in the House or Senate have called for such a move.

Ahead of a meeting in Helsinki on July 16, the first summit between the two leaders, Mr Trump told supporters that the Russian president was "fine" and insisted that he was ready for a meeting that is likely to see them sit down without aides.

President Trump declared it was "time to retire" US Senator Jon Tester on Thursday as he campaigned in Montana against the lawmaker he blames for derailing his nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs. "To you I apologize", he said. He added that journalists questioning his readiness "don't say that".

Trump said at a rally in Montana: "I'm gonna get one of those kits and in the middle of the debate when she proclaims that she's of Indian heritage, because her mother says she has high cheekbones, that's her only evidence that her mother said she has high cheekbones".

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Mr. Trump said he felt guilty for nominating for Jackson, who withdrew his nomination amid questions of ethical lapses involving drinking and prescribing medication.

The President made his high-risk gamble at a raucous rally as he renewed his attack on Democratic senator and possible 2020 White House candidate Elizabeth Warren and her claim to possess Native American heritage. Rosendale said hell back Trumps agenda, while Tester said hell support the president when its in the states interests and oppose him when its not. The president blasted the incumbent Democrat for voting against tax cuts and torpedoing his nominee to run the Department of Veterans Affairs. Mr. Tester released information accusing Adm. Jackson of misconduct on the job, but the president said a new report by the Secret Service showed "it never happened". Tester is one of ten Democrats up for re-election this year in states Trump won.

"Allright, you can right your wrong in November, OK?" The President continued a long running fight with California Rep. Maxine Waters by slamming her intelligence. A vote for a Republican is a vote for Trump-and that's what the president is driving home, as he's made it a habit to attack both political parties.

"But John Tester said things about him that were terrible and that were not true".

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"Jon Tester said things about him that were terrible and that weren't true", Trump said. "Trump mocking the #MeToo movement at his Montana rally is disgusting, especially after hiring ex Fox Co-President who covered up sexual assaults".

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