Fiery Trump Takes Shots at Warren, 'Me Too' Movement

Tester Talk of Trump impeachment 'not appropriate'

Greg Nash

President Donald Trump went after Montana Sen.

President Donald Trump joked about how sensitive the "Me Too generation" is during a rally in Montana on Thursday.

During a campaign stop in Montana on Thursday, Trump lashed out at his possible 2020 presidential challenger, offering to pay for Warren to take a DNA test to prove her native American heritage.

"Hope he has the opportunity to take a look at some of the challenges we have in the state, whether it's getting around to some of our veterans clinics, especially in our rural towns, to make sure he sees the challenges they have", Tester says. "I have a feeling she will say no, but we will hold that for the debates".

Trump went on to rail against the #MeToo movement by sarcastically suggesting he needed to be "gentle" with its supporters.

While repeatedly slamming key Democrats, Trump ridiculed claims by Sen. Jon Tester, who as the top Democrat on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee brought forth a series of allegations against Jackson, who interacted frequently with Trump as White House doctor.

More than a dozen women came forward to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct after the release of the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape during the 2016 campaign, which featured Trump bragging about kissing and groping women without their consent. "And they don't know who they're playing with, folks". Has anyone ever figured that one out? Trump has denied all accusations against him.

Calls to abolish the agency sprang up after Trump's administration began separating migrant children and adults entering at the U.S. -Mexico border.

In a second tweet, Teigen wrote: "And why would you have to toss it? where is he going with this? his brain is eating itself".

"Democrats want anarchy", Mr. Trump said. Steve Daines, he noted that he was up for re-election in 2020, adding to cheers that they were going to be "running together". Shine resigned as a top Fox News executive past year after being accused of covering up a string of sexual harassment allegations.

Trump vowed he'll be prepared for the July 16 summit in Finland. But he's thought to be less vulnerable than some of the others like Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota or Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Missouri's Claire McCaskill and Florida's Bill Nelson are on deck.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren ripped President Donald Trump on Twitter after he insulted her at a campaign rally in Montana. These included the repeal of the Obamacare individual mandate, the availability of late-term abortion, the travel ban, Justice Neil Gorsuch's appointment to the Supreme Court, sanctuary-city policies, and a change in the tax code that eliminated the estate tax for many family farms. He's added Maxine Waters to the list with those other elite coastals Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. "Navy Admiral Ronny Jackson,"' Trump told a crowd in Montana at a political rally.

Mr. Trump was in Montana to campaign for Republican candidates, including at-large Rep. Greg Gianforte and U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale.

Trump then disparaged the Me Too movement - raising some eyebrows, but drawing laughter from the friendly audience. "The brain is so much more important". Presidents, from Ronald Reagan to Barack Obama - who by definition are usually the most talented and inspiring orators in their parties - have often found that their reflected glow has limited appeal in midterm races.

"You deserve a senator who actually votes like he's from Montana", Trump said.

Trump championed legal immigration on a merit system, noting that businesses are coming back to the USA, wages are going up, and that we "need people". Trump said in Montana.

"The effects will dissipate over time".

As he hopscotches Senate battlegrounds, Trump incessantly tears at that dilemma. Trump said, taking a shot at the media. "'Er, let me think about that one'".

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