President Trump Rallies Supporters in Kentucky

WDRB interviewed the President after his event in Louisville on Monday evening.

The stop in Louisville on Monday was part of a campaign rally tour meant to pump up support for his policies.

A White House spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.

“I love when I report the news, and they say I messed it up”, Trump said.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says he wins assurances of greater US support in fighting Islamic State militants in talks with Trump and top advisers, but cautions that military might alone would not be sufficient. At one point, Trump blamed the media for making it more hard to pass the reform. “This is our long-awaited chance to finally get rid of ‘Obamacare.’ It’s a long-awaited chance. Our plan would sail right through”.

He also said he is eager to reduce the cost of medicine “through the competitive bidding process”.

Kentuckians voted overwhelmingly for Trump, but some say they didn’t think he would change the law. “Do you believe that?”

Paul is among a vocal group of Republican conservatives who oppose the proposal. Comey also confirmed in that hearing that the FBI is investigating several Trump associates regarding Russia’s alleged attempt to influence the 2016 election.

“James Clapper and others stated that there is no evidence Potus colluded with Russian Federation”.

Trump also attempted conciliation toward Sen. “Big advantage in Electoral College lost!”

Trump is on Capitol Hill Tuesday to sell the Republican bill.

As the crowd cheered approval, Trump said the people of Kentucky “like it when people actually stand for the American flag”.

The speech came at the end of one of the most tumultuous days of Trump’s presidency thus far. “No doubt Mr. Trump considers that fake news, but if he doesn’t show more respect for the truth most Americans may conclude he’s a fake President”.

Trump didn’t bring up the hearing or either claim at the rally.

But Trump called him out nonetheless, saying he hoped Paul would come onboard.

“He is a good guy”.

“We’re going to be doing some trade deals as soon as we get the health care finished – oh, I’m looking forward to these trade deals”, Trump said, seeming to sing those last two words as the audience applauded.

“We’re happy to have him in Kentucky”.


“He’s venturing into Baghdad Bob territory”, one White House reporter told CNN, referring to the Saddam Hussein spokesman known for his enthusiastic denials of things that were happening in plain view of all. The sitting president accused his predecessor of ordering an illegal surveillance operation, as part of a Watergate-like scheme, and almost the entire political world quickly reached a consensus: these claims are clearly not rooted in reality. “We’re still apart somewhat on replacement”.

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