President Donald Trump was in a rather feisty mood at a rally Wednesday night in Duluth, Minnesota, but then, when is he not?
Recalling scenes from the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump was speaking before a packed house when a protester began causing a scene — the president quickly made the man-bun rocking zealot wish he hadn’t.
“Go home to your mom, darling,” the president said as the raucous crowd booed the protester, who was holding up a photo of Trump with billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
“Get him out of here,” Trump instructed security. “Out!”
The crowd broke into a chant of “USA, USA!” as the man was forcibly removed.
A patient Trump then dropped the hammer on the poor guy.
“Was that a man or a woman, because he needs a haircut more than I do,” he said as the man was booted, prompting the crowd to erupt in laughter. “I couldn’t tell, needs a haircut!”
Mr. Man Bun should have taken heed to the treatment an earlier protester received to save himself from being embarrassed on national TV — but the, you get the sense that if he had any shame, he would not have pulled the stunt to begin with.
President Trump was no more welcoming to the earlier protester.
“Goodbye darling. Goodbye darling,” he said earlier when someone interrupted. “So we have a single protester. He’s going home to his mom. Say hello to Mommy!”
And knowing how the “fake news” media covers him, Trump made a prediction on how the interruption would play out in the news.
“And tomorrow, the fake news will say tomorrow, ‘Massive protest at the Trump rally!” he said. “One person ‘Massive protest.’”
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