"Trump mocking the #MeToo movement at his Montana rally is disgusting, especially after hiring ex Fox Co-President who covered up sexual assaults". Jon Tester a shot at re-election. Trump's speech was, like most of his addresses, a remarkable mix of stream-of-consciousness thinking, fact-challenged claims and demagoguery.
"This is a really good man, this is a man that loves the people of Montana", Trump said, "loves the people of this country".
Things have calmed down a little bit although a few minutes ago, as people who weren't able to get into the rally were leaving, there were a couple of heated words exchanged between some of the protestors and some of the Trump supporters.
Tester gave Trump a tongue-in-cheek welcome to Montana on Thursday by taking out a full-page ad in more than a dozen newspapers thanking him for signing 16 bills the Democrat sponsored or co-sponsored. "She gets special treatment under the Justice Department".
Trump has nevertheless targeted Tester, blaming him for the downfall of White House doctor Ronny Jackson, Trump's onetime nominee for VA secretary. He said that he would like to conduct a DNA test during a debate with her to verify her claims.
His barbs against the media came on a day when newsrooms across the USA held a moment of silence in remembrance of five Maryland newspaper staffers who were fatally shot last week by a man who authorities say held a grudge against the publication.
Trump's rally on Thursday was a classic display of virtuoso demagoguery and hardball populism that has already been aimed at red-state Democrats like Sens.
Thousands of people stood in line for hours to get into the Four Seasons Arena ahead of Trump's rally in Great Falls.
Tester, the ranking member of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, is among 10 Democrats running in states Trump won in 2016.
Ultimately, the crowd chanted, "Build the wall", after Trump told the audience his promised wall along the U.S. -Mexico border is now under construction in some areas. "You deserve a senator who doesn't just talk like he is from Montana, you deserve a senator who actually votes like he is from Montana".
There are certain topics President Donald Trump, 72, should stay away from an one of those is the #MeToo movement.
We are never surprised when Donald Trump says whatever crosses his mind and disregards everything and this time was no different.
Trump then moved to a number of worldwide issues, saying he planned to make it clear that certain North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members must "start paying the bills".
One of the points that generated the most enthusiasm from the receptive audience centered on Sen.
Tester planned to spend Thursday listening to farmers' and business owners' concerns about Trump's import tariffs and was expected to be driving back to his farm when the president spoke, spokeswoman Marnee Banks said.
President Trump also teased his announcement next Monday for his Supreme Court nominee.
And he slammed critics who suggested that he was not prepared for his coming meeting with Putin in Finland, dismissing Putin's background as a head of Russia's intelligence service.
US intelligence agencies say Putin meddled in the 2016 election to benefit Trump.
'When the fake news starting saying, 'Oh why isn't Trump giving the physical! Why. "Totally prepared. I've been preparing for this stuff my whole life".