Trump’s Off Script Jabs at Hunter Biden Raise Eyebrows but Elicit Cheers

President Donald Trump came out swinging at a recent pair of MAGA rallies, delivering a fiery rebuke of Washington elites and their phony impeachment inquiry. Trump supporters were energized by the president’s crushing off-script swipes at resist and obstruct Democrats.

That’s because they have immense confidence in the thing liberals fear the most. They are going to vote for the America First president again in 2020, and they’re going to win.

In Minnesota, President Trump easily sold out the 19,000-capacity Minneapolis Target Center. Outside, reports indicate that another 25,000 supporters gathered to watch the rally on jumbo screens, while a hundred or so protestors burned MAGA hats, hurled obscenities and had to be subdued by law enforcement.

Locals reported people started lining up outside the stadium 12 hours before the campaign rally trying to get a seat inside.

A favorite target of the president of late has been Obama’s number two, Joe Biden, and his son, Hunter. Democrats recently took a face-plant when they tried to hang corruption allegations on President Trump. The fallout has been a string of corruption facts that the Biden family coerced a money-grab from Ukraine and are in China’s pocket.

In Trump’s usual take no prisoners style, he suggested making a T-shirt referring to the awkwardly missing Hunter Biden that reads, “Where’s Hunter?”

The former vice president’s son has been out of sight since Ukraine-Gate shined a spotlight on him leveraging millions from foreign entities while his father worked for Obama. The Minneapolis crowd chanted “Lock Him Up!,” reminiscent of the 2016 Hillary chants.

“Joe’s son Hunter got thrown out of the Navy, and then he became a genius on Wall Street in about two days,” President Trump told the crowd.

“By the way, whatever happened to Hunter? Where the hell is he? Where’s Hunter? And your father was never considered smart. He was never considered a good Senator. He was only a good Vice President because he understood how to kiss Barack Obama’s ass!”

The president also took time to fire shots at the anti-Semite Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, a member of the radical “Squad” that wrestled power from long-standing Democrat leaders.

“How the hell did that happen?” Trump reportedly said. Omar is an “America-hating socialist,” who “pleaded for compassion for ISIS recruits. She is a disgrace to our country. We are going to win this state in a very short period of time.”

Hillary took Minnesota’s electoral college points by a slim margin of about 45,000 votes, fewer than 2 percent. The state’s unemployment rate dropped below 3 percent in 2018 under the Trump economy after suffering a more than 25-year high of 7.9 percent under Obama in 2009.

In Louisiana, President Trump was on a mission to force a runoff gubernatorial election. He fired shots at incumbent Gov. John Bel Edwards reminding voters the Democrat will fall into line with anti-Second Amendment liberals pushing gun confiscations.

“I need you to send the radical Democrat establishment a loud and clear message: You are going to fire your Democrat governor who has done a lousy job,” President Trump reportedly said. “The radical Democrats’ policies are crazy. Their politics are corrupt. Their candidates are terrible, and they know they can’t win on election day, so they’re pursuing an illegal, invalid, and unconstitutional bullshit impeachment.”

The president’s supporters succeeded in keeping Edwards from reaching 50 percent in the open “jungle primary.” The rare Louisiana incumbent Democrat faces Republican businessman Eddie Rispone in November. Mission accomplished.


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