Trump: ‘I know things about Tester that I could say too. And if I said them, he would never be elected again’

President Donald Trump sent a message to the elite and hostile press when he skipped the White House Correspondents Dinner Saturday night and shared a rowdy love-fest with his supporters … in Michigan.

Here is one of the highlights:

“We had a very interesting thing happen over the last few days. Senator John Tester of a really great place, Montana, who voted by the way in favor of sanctuary cities, who is weak on the border, didn’t vote for tax cuts. He took a gentleman who is a truly high quality human being, and what they said about him, what they said about this great American Dr. Ronny Jackson, an admiral in the Navy. He served three presidents, President Obama said he was fantastic. President Bush said he was fantastic. I say he’s fantastic — this is a high quality individual like they would love in Montana. And Tester started throwing out things that he’s heard. Well, I know things about testing that I could say too.”

“I know things about Tester that I could say too. And if I said them, he would never be elected again.”

 

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