President Donald Trump taunted actor Jussie Smollett as a "third prize" during a Wisconsin rally on Saturday, calling his legal problems – in which he allegedly lied that Trump supporters attacked him in a hate crime – a "shame for our nation ".
"This case in Chicago is a shame for our nation," he said after defending his followers. He said, "I was beaten up by the MAGA country. "Can you believe it?" Trump said in reference to Smollett during a rally in Green Bay.
"It turned out to be a total lie," he added.
Smollett's case sparked a firestorm after the "Empire" actor, who is gay and black, shouted out of his alleged attacker, "This is a MAGA land."
A grand jury accused him of 1
Smollett became the target of a civil suit in April, when the city's law enforcement demanded a payment of possibly over $ 130,000 to cover the costs of their investigation alleged attack.
COUNSELOR KIM FOXX REQUESTS JUSSIE SMOLLETT & # 39; WASHED UP CELEB, WHO AT COPS & # 39; IN TEXT NOTIFICATION: REPORT
His alleged attackers, brothers Abel and Ola Overlay, filed a lawsuit against Smollett's lawyers for continuing to accuse them of committing a homophobic and racist attack.
On Saturday, thousands, including some who spent the night and waited in the cold to be at the door, visited the "Make America Great Rally. "19659003" "There's no place I'd rather be here than in the middle of America's heart," Trump told the audience on Saturday. "Is there somewhere more fun than a Trump rally?"
"There's no place I'd rather be than here in the heart of America, is there a place more fun than a Trump rally?"
The event occurred on the same night as the White House correspondents' dinner, which topped Trump for the third year in a row.
His speech came just hours after a tragic shootout in which one and more were killed. Others were injured at a synagogue in California.
"Our entire nation is mourning death," Trump said before declaring that his government "strongly condemned anti-Semitism."
In 2016, Trump won Wisconsin – often a swing state with strong work interests – with a narrow margin of 1 percent over former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. According to a nationwide poll published in April, Trump received almost 50 percent of government support in his third year in office. While 52 percent of registered voters refused to work, 46 percent of Marquette Law School's poll found them.
Trump's rally, however, did not come with any formal allegations or "collusion" immediately after seeing a 3.2 percent GDP report and the report of Special Adviser Robert Mueller, which expressed concern over the obstruction of justice Russia were raised.
POLITICIAN REACTION IN CALIFORNIA SYNAGOGUE SHOOTING: "EVERYONE SHOULD STILL GO TO THE PLACE OF ANSWER"
But as the election cycle of 2020 had increased, Trump seemed to be increasingly criticizing democratic ones Presidential candidates and politicians who continued the presidential candidates his government on this issue – and in some cases he called for impeachment.
During his speech, Trump aimed at his rival 2020, Se n. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. – which he described as "Crazy Bernie", "Sleepy Joe" and "Pocahontas". He also mocked Democrats, who he said had never been more angry because he had put all their hopes on "collusion delusion," pointing to speculation in connection with the Müller investigation.
MUELLER REVIEW CONVINCES NEW FIGHTING IMPEACHMENT
Some in the Democratic sphere have also attacked Trump's policies and, like Biden, the character of the President. Before the rally, Sanders ran an ad in the Green Bay Press Gazette accusing the president of lied to Wisconsin workers. Sanders presented himself in the ad on the front page as someone who would end the "corporate greed" in the state.
Trump also defended his economic record and announced his efforts in the trade by promising that the factories would return to the country would not settle for an unfair deal with China. America, according to Trump, is the "piggy bank" that people in the trade use again and again.
CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP
. He has also beaten the Democrats as extreme and pointed to their positions on late abortion, the Green New Deal and other economic policies, as well as immigration. Trump argued that Democrats would "ruin" the country economically and financially.
The Republican Party, according to Trump, was the party of all Americans, while the Democrats were, among others, the party of henchmen and late abortion. 19659003] The President also spoke about the migration crisis, in which thousands flooded the US-Mexico border and created a thorny situation in which the administration could no longer hold some prisoners. After swearing to build the southern border wall, he accused the Democrats of favoring "open borders" that would bring "tremendous crime" and trigger the drug crisis.