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‘He looks better than me!’: Rally crowd erupts after Trump praises 100-year-old military veteran
The collapsing media won’t cover it but Trump rallies are the greatest show on earth.
The humanity! The happiness!
They (and their viewers) are missing out on a supreme historical moment.
How sad for them.
Trump is a phenom.
It’s an extraordinary time to be alive.
— Geller Report (@PamelaGeller) October 19, 2020
By Washington Examiner, October 18, 2020
President Trump stopped during the middle of a campaign rally to honor a 100-year-old military veteran after members of the crowd shouted to get his attention.
“One-hundred-year-old veteran right here,” the president said, prompting a raucous applause from the crowd. “Wow. Beautiful. One-hundred, huh? He looks better than I do!”
.@realDonaldTrump hits the brakes on his rally speech to celebrate a 100-year-old veteran in the audience and the crowd breaks out into a "USA! USA! USA!" chant.
"100, huh? He looks better than me!" pic.twitter.com/T3JRIqCkAS
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 17, 2020
Trump was in Georgia and Florida for rallies 18 days before squaring off against former Vice President Joe Biden in the presidential election.
Trump touched on a variety of topics, including the potential confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a New York Post story suggesting inappropriate business dealings involving Joe Biden’s son Hunter, and news that former President Barack Obama will hit the campaign trail for Biden during the homestretch of the 2020 campaign.
“They called me, they said, ‘You know, Obama’s gonna start campaigning,'” Trump told the crowd. “I said, ‘Is that good or bad?’ Because I think it’s a good thing. Because he did a lousy job, and I wouldn’t be president of the United States if they did a good job. I wouldn’t be — I probably wouldn’t have run. And if I did, I probably wouldn’t have won. You know, so it’s one of those things. They did a lousy job, and that’s why I’m your president.”
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