UPDATED 7:06 AM PT — Friday, March 29, 2019
President Trump arrived in Grand Rapids Thursday to hold his first ‘Make America Great Again’ rally since the conclusion of the Mueller investigation. The rally began with his son, Don Jr., thanking the crowd for their support during the Mueller investigation and calling the onslaught of attacks from the left “insanity.”
“The greatest witch hunt, the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on America, on a U.S. president — out the window,” said Don Jr. “A blight on our republic, a stain on democracy and our constitution, gone…the Democrats will keep running for it, but that’s okay because real Americans know it.”
President Trump then took the stage, telling the crowd the “collusion delusion” is over.
“The Russia witch hunt was a plan by those who lost the election to try and illegally regain power by framing innocent Americans,” said the president. “Many of them — they suffered, with an elaborate hoax.”
The president also called out House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff by saying the California congressman knowingly and unlawfully lied.
“Little pencil neck Adam Schiff — got the smallest, thinnest neck I’ve ever seen — he’s not a long ball hitter,” said President Trump. “But I saw him today and ‘well we don’t really know, there still could have been some Russia collusion’…Sick, sick…these are sick people.”
The president then geared up for his upcoming 2020 reelection campaign by promising to build the wall, repeal and replace Obamacare, and campaign against the left’s Green New Deal.
President Trump also called out radical Democrats as the “party of high taxes, open borders and crime.” He said Republicans are the “party for all Americans.”
“We’re the party of the American worker, the American family, and we are the party of the American dream.” — President Trump.