Trump Holds Rally in Duluth

Ruben Hill
June 21, 2018

"The bottom line of our three hours with the inspector general leads me to the conclusion that Hillary Clinton was treated with kid gloves whereas brass knuckles are being used against Trump now in a similar situation", he told FOX Business' Neil Cavuto on "Cavuto: Coast to Coast".

The rally also saw Trump mocking a protestor, who held a photo of the President alongside convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

"You don't pass a major piece of legislation with there being errors in it, and so I don't know there's enough time", Mr. Meadows said at a Heritage Foundation event on Capitol Hill.

The president then transitioned back into criticisms of Democrats and the media, blaming each for the country's immigration problems. He narrowly lost Minnesota in 2016.

I hate to bring this up. "Why are none of them going to vote for something they've asked this president for for a year and a half?" he said. Home of the Iron Range, Minnesota is a place where Trump's tariffs on foreign steel could play especially well. He started the program with an acknowledgement of Minnesota's Republican candidates for U.S. House and Senate and ceded several minutes of podium time to 8th Congressional District candidate Pete Stauber, who was cheered nearly as much as Trump himself.

Trump brought Stauber to the stage and offered an enthusiastic endorsement. It pits former Gov. Tim Pawlenty, a Trump critic running for his old job, against Jeff Johnson, the state GOP's endorsed candidate who has been stronger in his support of the president.

This is also one of several rallies Trump has held which focus on the American worker. He beamed as the crowd chanted "Space Force!" in response to his plan to create a new branch of the military to safeguard the cosmos.

'Why are they elite? "Because he needs a haircut before than I do", Trump angrily told the crowd. I'm smarter than they are. "I became president and they didn't".

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