Trump Mockingly Invokes ‘The Rules of #MeToo’ at PA Rally

Kenny Tucker
October 14, 2018

"It's the person that got away", he said.

President Donald Trump defended his decision to appear at a political rally in Pennsylvania as the most powerful hurricane on record to slam into the Florida Panhandle left at least two people dead and a swath of destruction.

Trump says Democrats will try to take over healthcare and then push for government takeovers of other private sectors in a push for "open-borders socialism". "I would do it except for these people up there".

President Donald Trump wrote a blistering op-ed in USA Today on Wednesday attacking Democrats as "radical socialists", and accusing them of being a great danger to "every single citizen" before the midterm elections set for November. "Did you hear what he said". Pennsylvania was always the person that got away. "That's pretty good", he said amidst applause from the audience. The move fits a pattern of Cohen publicly breaking from the man for whom he once said he'd take "a bullet".

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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's recent confirmation hearings renewed attention to the topic as the Senate considered college professor Christine Blasey Ford's accusation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.

Trump had mocked the MeToo campaign at a rally in July as well.

"In the meantime, we have it very well covered in Florida, from the White House, from here, from what's on the plane and we'll be back very shortly", he said. You can do anything.

The President denies all the allegations against him.

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