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Trump at Mississippi rally: 'The only reason to vote Democrat is because you're tired of winning'

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Leroy N. Soetoro

Oct 4, 2018, 12:38:23 PM10/4/18

President Trump at a Mississippi rally on Tuesday defended his embattled
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh while questioning the sexual assault
allegations made by accuser Christine Blasey Ford.

Trump claimed that Ford's one concrete recollection was, "I had one beer!"

He then portrayed the back-and-forth between Ford and her interviewers.
"'How did you get home?' 'I don't remember.' 'How did you get there?' 'I
don't remember.' 'Where is the place?' 'I don't remember.' 'How many years
ago was it?' 'I don't know.'" The crowd cheered and applauded.

He also accused the Democratic party of only knowing how to "obstruct,
resist, demolish, destroy and delay" and claimed that the party had been
"trying to destroy Judge Kavanaugh" since he was first announced as a
Supreme Court nominee.

"Because they know Judge Kavanaugh will follow the Constitution as
written," he said.

Trump defends Judge Kavanaugh at Mississippi rallyVideo
The president took aim at a number of Democrats in particular, including
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal and California Sen. Dianne Feinstein
before mentioning "sleaze bag lawyer," Michael Avenatti, who is
representing one of Kavanaugh's accusers, Julie Swetnick.

Swetnick, in a sworn statement last month, claimed she had seen Kavanaugh
“engage in abusive and physically aggressive behavior toward girls”
including “grinding” against young women and attempting to remove their
clothes in the early '80s. She also claimed she “became aware of efforts
by [friend] Mark Judge, Brett Kavanaugh and others to ‘spike’ the ‘punch’
at house parties” with drugs or alcohol to lower girls’ defenses and get
them disoriented so they could be “gang raped” in a side room by a “train”
of boys.

During the rally, Trump seemingly criticized Swetnick over an interview
she did with NBC News in which she appeared to walk back some of the
claims about Kavanaugh.

"Did you see that interview? This woman had no clue what was going on, no
clue. And yet she made the most horrible charges against a number one in
his class at Yale, perfect human being, great father, great husband – this
is a great person," Trump said. "And people are saying, ‘Well maybe it’s
true. And because of the fact that maybe it’s true, he should not become a
United States Supreme Court justice.’ How horrible is this? How horrible
is this?"

Trump went on to add that he wanted "to do what's right for this country,"
before urging people to go to the polls and vote for Republican

"The Democratic Party has become too extreme. This is an example of it.
And too dangerous to be trusted with power," Trump said. "That is why you
must vote Republican on Election Day. And you have to go out and vote."

The president was in Mississippi campaigning for Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith,
who is up against multiple opponents in the Nov. 6 special election. She
was tapped earlier this year to temporarily fill the seat following Sen.
Thad Cochran’s retirement and she told Fox News that her campaign message
will not change, despite the competition.


Trump to stump for Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith in MississippiVideo
“I’ve been on the ballot five times. I’ve been a conservative my entire
life. And I’ve ran state-wide two times and so, you know our strategy is
just basically compounding the message we’ve always put out there,” she
said. “I share the conservative values of all the Mississippians, or most
of the Mississippians there. We’re running on our record. We’re running on
the fact that Gov. Phil Bryant made me as the choice for the appointment.
And then it’s really nice to have the president side-by-side in this

Trump’s visit to Mississippi follows an earlier stop in Philadelphia in
Tuesday, where he delivered a speech to the National Electrical
Contractors Association Convention.

He told the crowd that the country was having “a manufacturing
renaissance” and that his economic policies would equate to more jobs.

Donald J. Trump, 304 electoral votes to 227, defeated compulsive liar in
denial Hillary Rodham Clinton on December 19th, 2016. The clown car
parade of the democrat party ran out of gas and got run over by a Trump

Congratulations President Trump. Thank you for cleaning up the disaster
of the Obama presidency.

Under Barack Obama's leadership, the United States of America became the
The World According To Garp.

ObamaCare is a total 100% failure and no lie that can be put forth by its
supporters can dispute that.

Obama jobs, the result of ObamaCare. 12-15 working hours a week at minimum
wage, no benefits and the primary revenue stream for ObamaCare. It can't
be funded with money people don't have, yet liberals lie about how great
it is.

Obama increased total debt from $10 trillion to $20 trillion in the eight
years he was in office, and sold out heterosexuals for Hollywood queer
liberal democrat donors.
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