Donald Trump Calls for Democrats to Stop Their 'Ridiculous Bullsh**' to Deafening Applause
The President of the United States has recently held his first major rally since Robert Mueller cleared him on any collusion with Russia and ripped apart Democrats and the FBI in his speech.
On Thursday night, March 28, 2019, Donald Trump took the stage at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to call Democrats and the FBI "frauds."
It has been reported that the President accused them of trying to undermine the results of his 2016 presidential campaign by fabricating lies about him and the Russian government.
USING STRONG AND FOUL LANGUAGE
The 72-year-old suggested Democrats should apologize to the American people, which caused the thousands in the audience to clap as hard as they possibly could.
"The Democrats have to now decide whether they will continue defrauding the public with ridiculous bullsh**, partisan investigations, or whether they will apologize to the American people."
Donald Trump, Twitter, March 28, 2019
President Trump in Michigan: “The Democrats have to now decide whether they will continue defrauding the public with ridiculous bulls**t... partisan investigations, or whether they will apologize to the American people.” pic.twitter.com/49UfnpoQcg— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) March 28, 2019
EXPLAINING WHY HE IS SUPERIOR TO HIS ENEMIES
The President then continued his attack, opting for pointing out the differences between him and those who oppose him, focusing on education and intelligence.
Trump made it very clear that, by having attended the best schools, he has a better education, therefore, making him smarter than his opponents. He also noted that he has a "much beautiful everything" and that he is President and they are not.
THE STEELE DOSSIER
During his speech, Trump said that Mueller was a god to Democrats and that that is no longer the case considering that the "fraud," as the President put it, has been exposed.
The 72-year-old suggested Democrats should apologize to the American people
Initially, it was believed that Trump had conspired with the Russian government to adulterate the results of the 2016 presidential elections, and the proof was in the Steel Dossier, which allegedly contained memos about it.
A couple of weeks ago, Trump addressed the subject and even blamed the late Senator John McCain of handing the dossier to the FBI, prompting his daughter, Meghan McCain, to jump to her father's defense.