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Friday, 11 October 2019

'Hunter you are a loser, why did you get $1.5 billion dollars?' Trump goes after the 'crooked' Bidens who 'got rich while America got robbed' and says 'stupid' Joe Biden was only ever good at kissing Barack Obama's a**

Donald Trump raged against Joe and Hunter Biden at his first campaign rally since the impeachment inquiry began, calling the former vice president an a** kisser and describing his son as a 'loser.'
'He was only a good Vice President because he understood how to kiss Barack Obama's a**,' he said of Biden as the crowd cheered and roared.
The president didn't hold back in a fiery, 102-minute speech to the packed Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he mocked the intelligence and business capabilities of Hunter Biden. 
'Joe's son Hunter got thrown out of the Navy and became a genius on Wall Street in two days. Whatever happened to Hunter, where the h*** is he? Where is Hunter? Fellows, I have an idea for a new t-shirt? I love the cops, but let's do another t-shirt. Where is Hunter? Where is he?,' Trump said.  
Hunter Biden has stayed out of the spotlight but the former vice president has said his son will join him on the campaign trail, although he did not give a date. 
Trump also pushed the unproven theory Hunter Biden made $1.5 billion in a deal with China.
'Hunter, you are a loser, what you have $1.5 billion?,' Trump mocked.  He compared that to his own negotiations with China as part of his trade war.
Donald Trump raged against Joe and Hunter Biden at his first campaign rally since the impeachment inquiry began
Donald Trump raged against Joe and Hunter Biden at his first campaign rally since the impeachment inquiry began
The president didn't hold back in his 102-minute speech, where he mocked the intelligence and business capabilities of Hunter Biden
The president didn't hold back in his 102-minute speech, where he mocked the intelligence and business capabilities of Hunter Biden 
A black t-shirt with a white 'where's Hunter' logo is for sale for $25 on the Trump / Pence campaign website
 A black t-shirt with a white 'where's Hunter' logo is for sale for $25 on the Trump / Pence campaign website

'I'm dealing with people right now, the top Chinese negotiators, and Hunter, Hunter, he goes in and he is meeting and he walks out. With $1.5 billion, $1.5 billion!,' he said. 'These are not the same Chinese negotiators that I'm dealing with, I can tell you.'
The $1.5 billion appears to refer to the amount BHR, a Chinese equity firm where Hunter sat on the board, was trying to raise. The company was trying to raise the money - not for Hunter Biden's personal use although he owned a 10 per cent stake in the company. Trump has asked China to investigate the matter.  
The president also turned his fury on his rival Joe Biden. 
'And your father was never considered smart. He was never considered a good senator,' Trump said and then added: 'He was only a good Vice President because he understood how to kiss Barack Obama's a**.' 
He charged the Bidens got rich while America got 'robbed.'
'The Biden family got rich, and that's all substantiated. While America got robbed, that is what happened,' he said. 
Trump's campaign promptly started selling 'Where's Hunter?' t-shirts.
Campaign Manager Brad Parscale tweeted out 'Get your Where's Hunter t-shirt NOW!' with a link to the black t-shirt and 'where's Hunter' logo on the campaign website. It sells for $25 a pop. 
The president was on a roll and the crowd ate it up. 'We love you Trump,' someone yelled. 
'I love you too, darling,' the president replied. 
His supporters repeatedly cheered on the president and booed at his lines attacking Democrats and the media.  
'Isn't it much better when I go off script,' Trump said as the crowd yelled 'Trump, Trump, Trump.' 
But the president was in Democratic blue country, which was evident in the number of protesters both in and outside of his rally. 
His rally was interrupted six times by protesters, one of whom held a 'resign' sign and blew a whistle to get attention. Another wore a 'climate justice now' t-shirt.
'Go home to mommy,' Trump told one of them. 'Mommy says, I saw you on television tonight, I love, don't you ever do that again!'
He also praised the security team and police officers who were charged with removing the protesters. 
'Man do the cops act fast, he's already gone,' Trump said.
'I've had good service but I've never had anything like that. I look up and the guy is already gone,' he added. 
Outside protesters holding 'impeach' signs mingled with Trump supporters in the rain. Little baby Trump balloons flew around and home made signs slammed the president. 
The president warned the crowd Democrats want to take the 2016 election away from them.
'They want to erase your vote like it never existed,' he said. 'They want to erase your voice, and they want to erase your future. But they will fail because in America, the people rule again.' 

He also went after Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who represents the district where his rally took place, asking the crowd of her election: 'How the h*** did that ever happen?'
'Congresswoman Omar is an American hating socialist,' he said of the Democratic lawmaker, who is often a target of his rage.
'She pleaded for compassion, for ISIS recruits, right here in Minnesota,' the president said.
He rehashed the criticism of her, including her comments about Muslims that were taken by some as supporter of the September 11th attacks – which Omar said was not the case – and slammed her criticism of Israel.
'How can you have such a person represent you in Minnesota? I'm very angry. She is a disgrace to our country and she is one of the big reasons that I'm going to win as the Republican party is going to win Minnesota in 13 months,' he added.
He also brought up the congresswoman's personal life, citing a report about her past marriage.
'Omar's legal husband was Omar's brother and that she had married him for fraudulent purposes,' he cited, adding: 'You mean, maybe like coming into the United States, may be?'

Omar has denied allegations her husband Ahmed Nur Said Elmi was her brother, but the website Politifact notes there has been no conclusive evidence one way or another and that little is known about Elmi. 
Trump also criticized the state for accepting large numbers of refugees from Somalia and boasted about how he's tried to cut down the number of refugees into the country.
Omar and her family came to the United States when she was a teenager to escape violence in Somalia. 
'As you know, maybe especially in Minnesota, I kept another promise. I issued an executive action they can clear that no refugees would be resettled in any city or any state without the express written consent of that city by that state. So speak to your mayor,' he said as the crowd cheered.
'As you know, for many years, leaders in Washington brought large numbers of refugees to New York state from Somalia. Without considering the impact on schools and communities and taxpayers. I promise you, that as president, I would give local communities a greater say in refugee policy and put in place in hand setting and responsible immigration control. And I have done that. Since coming into office, I have reduced refugee resettlement by 85 per cent,' he said.  
Minneapolis is home to the largest population of Somalis in the United States.

The president also slammed Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey for he and his police chief, Medaria Arradonon, barring off-duty members of the city's police force from attending the rally and other political events in uniform.
That prompted an angry backlash from the police union, led by Lt. Bob Kroll, which sold red 'Cops for Trump' - a number of which were worn by Trump supporters to the rally Thursday night.  
'There are a lot of very beautiful red t-shirts in the audience,' he said at the beginning of his rally.
'I love law enforcement I love the cops, I love the police. Minneapolis, Minneapolis, you got a rotten mayor. You got to change the mayor, you've got a bad mayor. You got a bad mayor,' he told the crowd. 
He railed against 'the lousy mayor that won't let the cops' support him. 
Kroll spoke at the event before Trump went on stage and the president invited him back during his remarks, along with 10 other police officers, one of whom carried a sign that read: 'Law & order. Vote Trump.'
''There's so many red shirts and there are plenty of people without the red shirts and I just want to tell you, the respect that we have for law enforcement is unbound, it's unbound. Come up,' Trump said.
'What can I say after that?,' Kroll said. 
He did note people could watch him on Fox News later.  

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