Published: Fri, July 06, 2018
Worldwide | By Myra Stephens

Donald Trump attacks ‘Pocahontas’ Elizabeth Warren while mocking Me Too movement

Donald Trump attacks ‘Pocahontas’ Elizabeth Warren while mocking Me Too movement

"Do we have an incredible president or what?" The first speaker is elder son Donald Trump Jr., who looks mighty comfortable on a political stage.

President Trump crudely mocked the #metoo movement while dissing Elizabeth Warren during speech in Montana.

Tester, 61, previously raised Trump's ire when he publicly opposed and criticized the president's initial choice for Veterans Affairs secretary, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson.

"I hope he did see it", said Mari vonHoffmann.

"Because I think President Donald J. Trump is the best thing that's happened to America since Ronald Reagan, because he is fearless and courageous and I support him 100 percent and am so honored to be here". How vicious is the world?

"Tester said things about him that were frightful and they weren't true", Trump said. Last night's barbs from Trump drew a snide response on Twitter from the Bay State Democrat - a potential 2020 challenger. "Pocahontas, I apologize to you, to you I'll apologize". Pocohantas I apologize to you. 'And when they said I was very healthy the news was devastated ... they didn't want to hear that, ' Trump said. "To the fake Pocohantas I won't apologize".

Warren visited a facility in McAllen, Texas where migrants were being held in chain-link cages and she has been a vocal critic of the policy.

The president says, "I've been preparing for this stuff my whole life". Because we're in the #MeToo generation, we have to do it gently. "We have to do it gently". In the process, he also mocked the "Me Too" movement, saying that he would be considerate as he pushed her to take it.

"I have criticisms of our generation". Trump said he would give Warren a DNA test kit in the middle of a debate and offer $1 million for her favourite charity, "paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you're an Indian".

After the speech, Warren, D-Mass., hit back. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), the economy, Tester, immigration, tax reform, and Russian relations.

Tester and colleagues like Donnelly and Heitkamp well know the straddle required of Democratic senators in conservative territory, who face the conundrum of voting with the majority opinion in their states or with their national party.

"I've broken more Elton John [attendance] records, and I don't have a musical instrument", Trump said, according to Deadline. "We can't trust him to defend Montana". In a rambling, Trump-focused rant that only occasionally remembered that he was supposed to be there supporting a local candidate, Trump returned to the themes that served him so well in 2016: Racism, sexism, racism with sexism, and simple cruelty.

"Democrats want anarchy", Trump said during his Montana rally.

'I say doc you'll be great go ahead and do it. Sir: whatever your order I will do, ' Trump said Jackson responded, attesting to his character. Tester welcomed Trump to Montana with a tongue in cheek full page ad in the Great Falls Tribune and other newspapers, and thanking him for signing more than a dozen Tester-sponsored bills.

"We need Matt Rosendale in the Senate to continue our fight", he said.

Trump's solution: "get you a** out to vote".

But he did have some good things to say ... about Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, and Kim Jong Un.

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