Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren, the '#MeToo generation'

Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren, the '#MeToo generation'

Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren, the '#MeToo generation'

President Trump joked about the #MeToo movement Thursday, making light of the global campaign against sexual assault during a wide-ranging speech in which he also took aim at a potential 2020 White House opponent, Sen.

As Breitbart News first reported in 2012, there is absolutely no credible evidence-either documentary or genetic-that supports Warren's claim, first made in the Pow Wow Chow Cookbook published in 1984, that she has Native American heritage. And we will say, 'I will give you $1 million to your favorite charity, paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you're an Indian.

"We will very gently take that kit and we will slowly toss it to her", he continued. "'Pocahontas, ' they always want me to apologize for saying it", Trump said.

Trump vowed Thursday at a campaign rally in Montana that he'll be prepared for the July 16 summit in Finland. Trump spoke for more than an hour. "I mean business about standing with President Trump to make America great again because what's great for America is great for Montana".

President Donald Trump's visit to Great Falls Thursday was a campaign stop that was both political and personal.

President Trump mocked U.S. Sen.

That's because Trump is heading to Big Sky Country to do more than just gin up Republican voters and try to take away a Democratic Senate seat in a traditionally red state.

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of MA.

Trump is likely to repeat his assessment of Tester from another April 28 tweet in which he dubbed the senator "Very dishonest and sick!" over the Jackson nomination, adding, "Tester should lose race in Montana".

Tester is the top Democrat on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. Jon Tester of Montana Thursday, campaigning alongside Tester's GOP rival, Matt Rosendale.

Hegle said he voted for Tester in past elections but was undecided now. Elizabeth Warren of MA while speaking at a campaign rally for Republican state auditor Matt Rosendale in Montana on Thursday.

President Trump also teased his announcement next Monday for his Supreme Court nominee.

"Welcome to Montana, and thank you President Trump for supporting Jon's legislation to help veterans and first responders, hold the VA accountable, and get rid of waste, fraud and abuse in the federal government", the ad read.

"You know I feel guilty", Trump said on Jackson's demise that led to the withdrawal of his nomination. But he also said the attacks were working, and said he would buy her a genetics testing kit should he ever face her in a presidential debate.

"And you know he's [Trump] fighting for our miners down in Butte, and those coal workers in Colstrip who produce that attractive, clean coal", Rosendale said.

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