Trump mocks the #MeToo movement at a rally, again

Phillip Cunningham
October 12, 2018

US President Donald Trump has mocked the #MeToo movement as he intensified his criticism of the campaign against sexual harassment and assault, which almost hit his Supreme Court pick Justice Brett Kavanaugh. "The old days, it was a little different than Pennsylvania to it", Mr. Trump said referring to the GOP's inability to win presidential elections earlier.

But Twitter users largely speculated he meant the saying, "the one that got away".

"I know that the President will nominate a formidable replacement for Ambassador Haley", Ivanka Trump said in a tweet Tuesday.

"I would do it except for these people [media] up there", Trump said when a rally attendee asked him to use it anyway.

President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka said she won't take Nikki Haley's place as ambassador to the United Nations.

He continued, "So there is an expression, but we'll change the expression: Pennsylvania was always the person who got away, that's pretty good, right, the person that got away?"

"In the meantime, we have it very well covered in Florida, from the White House, from here, from what's on the plane and we'll be back very shortly", he said. He has been on the outs with the Trump administration for months as a result of his fraud and campaign finance probe. Grab them by the p***y.

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