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Trump Calls Them All Out, Completely DESTROYS Power Hungry Dems At Kentucky Rally!

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Trump Calls Them All Out, Completely DESTROYS Power Hungry Dems At Kentucky Rally!

While the power hungry Democrats claw their way to the November election Trump sent a powerful message to the swamp- ‘we are going to fight, and we are going to win, win, win’.

Trump’s words are in direct response to Hillary Clinton’s battle cry for no ‘civility’ until Democrats take over the Government. As usual, showing no interest in bipartisan leadership.  Just recently, Democrat socialist sweetheart, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, laid out Democrats plans to add an unprecedented amount of seats to the Supreme Court in order for the left to gain control of America’s biggest decisions.

If Democrats win seats in the upcoming midterm elections and take office, “all they’ll do is obstruct,” Trump said, while praising the country’s status under his party.

“Under Republican leadership, America is booming, it’s thriving. America is winning again because we are finally putting America first,” Trump said.

When people head to the polls in November, he said the country “faces a simple choice.”

“You can either vote for Democrat mob rule or you can vote for a Republican Party that stands proudly for law and order, fairness, freedom and justice,” he said.

During a campaign rally in Richmond, Kentucky, Saturday night, President Trump spoke before a crown in support of Republican Rep. Andy Barr and slammed Democrats, at one point accusing the party of being “totally consumed by their chilling lust for power.”

Barr, who has held his seat in Congress for three terms, is going head-to-head with Democrat Amy McGrath in midterm voting next month.

Over the course of the rally, the president was joined on stage by Barr, who he said was “a great man” and “a great congressman,” and fellow Republican Kentucky lawmakers Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Mitch McConnell. Trump praised Paul and McConnell for supporting Brett Kavanaugh all through his nomination process for the Supreme Court, despite sexual misconduct allegations against him. Kavanaugh denied the accusations.

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