The road goes on forever it seems as President Donald Trump made another campaign stop, this time in Wisconsin. As Trump met a clamorous crowd in Milwaukee on Tuesday night.
And for his much discussed border wall, “We’re adding new miles every week.”
Trump asked, ” Did anybody read the transcript? It’s a perfect call. In fact, if you go back and look at [President] Lyndon Johnson – all of them – Lyndon Johnson was sort of a tough guy. Can you imagine his phone calls?”
Like recent scathing remarks he made in Michigan about former Democratic House Rep. John Dingell, the president declared, “He’s probably looking down – or looking up – and he’s probably saying, ‘These people have gone crazy. That’s the nicest call I’ve ever tracked.’ ”
Plus proclaimed, “We can listen to recordings of many of LBJ’s calls and, hard as many of them can be to listen to now for many reasons, he didn’t ask foreign governments to intervene in our elections in exchange for congressionally authorized military aid.”
“FACT: You don’t have to imagine LBJ’s phone calls. He installed the Oval Office taping system which was later expanded and improved under Nixon. Many of his phone calls were recorded,” Trump announced.
In regards to fallen Iranian General and Quds Leader Qassem Soleimani, his forces were “actively planning new attacks. But we stopped them cold.”
“Frankly, they already started the attack,” Trump added, referring to Iran-backed militias storming the U.S. embassy in Baghdad late last year. “I said to our generals, get there now, I don’t want another Benghazi. Not on my watch. They said, ‘Sir, we’ll be there tomorrow,’ I said, ‘Nope, get ’em over there now.”
Trump further told, “The Democrats are outraged that we killed this terrorist monster even though this monster was behind hundreds and hundreds of deaths,” Adding that, “Great percentages of people don’t have legs or arms because of this son of a bitch.”
“Bernie and the radical left cannot protect your family nor can they protect our country,” Trump telling of Vermont Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders, a top candidate for his party’s nomination.
The president professed, “We believe Wisconsin should be a sanctuary for law-abiding citizens, not for criminal aliens.”
Supporters Sean Knight and Jeff Tolbert were two of thousands who attended the Milwaukee rally, driving about 90 miles. “I would’ve flown to the moon if I had to,” vowed Knight.