Trump to his supporters at Montana rally: If I get impeached, ‘it’s your fault’

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September 7, 2018

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President Donald Trump jokingly said in a speech that if he ever gets impeached, it would be because his supporters “didn’t go out to vote.”

Trump began on Thursday night by embellishing some of his economic achievements as he spoke at a campaign rally in Billings, Montana.

“You look at the numbers at every category, it’s great,” Trump said. “We’re doing a great job.”

But, at one point, Trump took a turn and warned that if Democrats regain control in Congress, and if they were to move on impeachment proceedings, the blame would rest with his supporters.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Ron Thomas says:

    I’ve seen and heard the most ridiculous rhetoric since 2008 and I think it’s about time to deport the UnAmericans out of the USA. They make me sick of all their belly aching agendas.

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