It was almost like the good ole’ days of 2016, when Donald Trump would speak at rallies filled with enthusiastic supporters … and the occasional liberal whack-job would tread a bit too far and get tossed out to jeers and an occasional ‘don’t let the door hit ya on the way out’ from the man himself.
So, the only difference between then and Tuesday in Youngstown, Ohio was the fact that this particular protester was waving a Soviet flag around – ostensibly because he wanted to prove some sort of point about the media-manufactured Russia nonsense that’s been swirling around Washington lately.
But it was still plenty of fun.
When the crowd started pointing at the protester, Trump said, “If you don’t point no one’s gonna even know he’s here. Weak voice. Weak voice.”
Of course, being an ordinary American who is much more concerned about healthcare, tax cuts, and the economy than what may or may not have been discussed at a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian last June, one attendee proceeded to relieve the protester of his flag, while police came to show him the exit.
“Boy, he’s a young one, he’s going back home to mommy,” Trump laughed and told the cheering crowd. “Boy, he’s in trouble. He’s in trouble.”
“And I’ll bet his mommy voted for us, right?” Trump asked, as he continued with his speech.
But then, his mother probably cares about healthcare, tax cuts, and the economy too.
Watch the clip below:
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