"I don't even like to bring it up, the impeach word", Trump said.
In a typical line of attack as Trump campaigns for Republicans ahead of this year's midterms, Trump said Democrats are the party of "anger and hate".
While those seats may not be on camera during the president's speech, super fans of Mr. Trump have had success with this strategy: One ended up being called on stage at a rally, and another said he managed to sneak into the on-camera area, where he positioned himself in view behind the president.
Trump was flying from Billings, Montana to Fargo, North Dakota, for fundraising events when he visited the press cabin aboard Air Force to address reporters accompanying him on the trip, part of an intense schedule of campaigning that Trump plans through the November 6 elections.
Trump was interviewed by Fox News before a rally Thursday in Billings, Montana. When he said something I disagreed with, I visibly disagreed. "But I say, how can you impeach somebody who has done a great job?"
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"I'm going to take your place now", Linfesty recalled the woman saying.
The other two less-than-subservient attendees were eventually replaced by blonde women. Trump promised during his 2016 campaign that he would save those programs. They then "in a nice way asked me to leave and not return", Tyler said.
Linfesty claimed nobody actually told him why he was booted from the venue - he says he had his ID checked before being escorted away from the rally, as a piece in USA Today has noted.
IF you're ever in the same room as Donald Trump be warned, if you're not enthusiastic about it you'll be kicked out.
Speaking with CNN after he was booted he said he did not attend the rally in protest.
Tester said again on Tuesday that he wanted to meet with Kavanaugh.
The ad ends with a warning to Montana voters that Tester can't be trusted: "Jon Tester has two faces, and we can't trust either one".
"I've always wondered myself, are those people [clapping at Trump ralliles] really being genuine?" he also said. I wasn't clapping [when I disagreed with things he said].