Several People Behind Trump Were Removed, Replaced During Rally In Montana

Several People Behind Trump Were Removed, Replaced During Rally In Montana

Several People Behind Trump Were Removed, Replaced During Rally In Montana

Mr Trump told a rally in Billings, Montana. "Even liberals that hate me say 'that's bad that they did that", he said.

But these swaps are particularly egregious considering they were all mid-speech and directly behind the president, and the people who were swapped out didn't appear to be doing anything wrong.

But in between his continued attacks on the "fake news" media and his boasts about his strong relationship with Kim Jong-un and Vladimir Putin, Trump addressed the possibility of his impeachment - something he said would happen if Democrats were to take back control of Congress. The two people directly behind Trump for a portion of the event appeared to clearly be there for the express goal of providing a visual commentary track mocking everything he said.

Trump was talking to a crowd of his supporters in Billings, Mont., and discussed the prospect of impeachment and the importance of voting for the Republicans in November's mid-term elections.

He added: "This election you aren't just voting for a candidate".

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The president also referenced the controversial op-ed in The New York Times - written by an anonymous "senior official in the Trump administration", and urged The Times to release the author's name "for the sake of our national security". Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) pounced. It was clear from the man's facial expressions that he was not a big fan of what the president had to say, and eventually, he was asked to move. How do you do it?

"Let's say a Democrat gets elected and let's say we have a Republican House". We won by a lot.

Trump said during an August interview with "Fox and Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt that the market would crash if he were forced out of office.

"If the opposite party becomes president, every time before it even starts, before you've even found out whether or not he or she is going to do a great job, they'll say, "We want to impeach him" and you'll impeach him", Trump said.

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