Trump urges senator’s ouster at rally for Montana Republican

Tester Talk of Trump impeachment 'not appropriate'

Greg Nash

During a campaign stop in Montana on Thursday, Trump lashed out at his possible 2020 presidential challenger, offering to pay for Warren to take a DNA test to prove her native American heritage.

Shortly after Trump threw darts at Warren on Thursday, Warren fired back, noting the Trump administration was conducting DNA tests on separated migrant families.

Jill and the other reporters set up in the press pen where most got their laptops set up and began live tweeting or sending stories to their newsrooms.

Mr. Trump's rally came just after EPA administrator Pruitt resigned Thursday.

Trumps eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., received deafening applause as he opened his fathers rally, quickly going on the attack against Tester and welcoming Montana Republicans Sen. Learn your heritage! Guy says I was born in Scotland. Rosendale said hell back Trumps agenda, while Tester said hell support the president when its in the states interests and oppose him when its not. He told the crowd to be sure to tune in on Monday at 9 p.m., adding, "I think you'll be extremely happy with the selection".

You deserve a senator who votes like hes from Montana, ” Trump said.

The president jokingly said he would have taken a different approach than the fearless officers who got her down.

"We are going to do it gently because we're the #MeToo generation, so we have to be very careful", Trump added as many in the audience laughed.

"I'm gonna get one of those kits".

Despite clarifying multiple times in the past her mother is part Cherokee, but she was not an enrolled member of any of the three federally recognized Cherokee tribes - the Cherokee Nation, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, or the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokees - Trump has incessantly mocked Warren's ancestry since his 2016 campaigning days.

Jon Tester, Trump noted, had leveled "vicious" accusations at Jackson, clearly referring to Tester's April comments that Jackson handed out prescriptions "like candy".

"She of the great tribal heritage".

"Democrats want anarchy", Trump said during his Montana rally.

The president says, "I've been preparing for this stuff my whole life".

It later came out, in claims Tester and others said were brought to Congress, that Jackson had been accused of liberally doling out medications on Air Force One, crashing a auto, and running an office that some other employees called hostile. Below, then, are the 11 most unsafe lines Trump said last night - and why each one poses a real risk to the body populace.

He is expected to talk about several issues, including his next Supreme Court Justice nomination to veterans affairs to foreign relations, and possibly today's announcement that Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, resigned today. "A rally in October is probably more meaningful than any rally in July", Johnson said, though he noted that Trump's appearance would certainly draw enthusiasm from supporters he needs to turn up in November.

"Getting along with a good thing".

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