Donald Trump says Democrats won’t give him credit for killing ‘that son of a b***h’ Qassem Soleimani

A free-swinging Donald Trump lamented Tuesday in a reelection campaign rally in Milwaukee that Democrats aren’t giving him enough credit for taking out Iranian terrorist leader Qassem Soleimani.

The president referred to the slain Iranian military general as a ‘son of a b***h’ when mentioning how he planted roadside bombs that left U.S. troops missing limbs, burned badly and dead.

Democrat lawmakers chastised the president in the days after Soleimani was killed earlier this month, claiming he didn’t notify them of the attack and insisted there wasn’t adequate intelligence to show that Soleimani was planning an ‘imminent’ attack on Americans.

‘They’re saying, ‘Was the attack imminent? Was it imminent?’ Does the fact that he’s killed hundreds of thousands of people and thousands of Americans, and horribly killed and wounded thousands and thousands, that doesn’t matter,’ Trump said at his second rally of 2020.

‘Was the attack imminent?’ I think they’re going to start a new investigation: ‘Was the attack on this horror?’—and by the way, he was in a country he wasn’t allowed to be in. We don’t mention that,’ Trump continued in justifying why he took out Soleimani.

Donald Trump focused his campaign rally remarks on taking out Qassem Soleimani instead of giving attention to impeachment, which dominated the news cycle in Washington, D.C. all day Tuesday

He lamented that Democrats want to know if the attack was 'imminent.' 'Does the fact that he's killed hundreds of thousands of people and thousands of Americans, and horribly killed and wounded thousands and thousands, that doesn't matter,' Trump questioned the booing crowd

He lamented that Democrats want to know if the attack was ‘imminent.’ ‘Does the fact that he’s killed hundreds of thousands of people and thousands of Americans, and horribly killed and wounded thousands and thousands, that doesn’t matter,’ Trump questioned the booing crowd

A man at the Milwaukee rally wore a shirt depicting the president emergingv from his business suit as Superman

A man at the Milwaukee rally wore a shirt depicting the president emergingv from his business suit as Superman

Trump also took a direct hit at Democratic presidential frontrunner Bernie Sanders.

‘Bernie and the radical left cannot protect your family and they cannot protect our country, nor do they want to, I think,’ Trump said of Democrats and the Vermont independent senator.

Trump delivered a greatest-hits rally in in rust-belt swing state Wisconsin, riffing on impeachment, Iran, his impending China trade deal and the shrinking ranks of Democrats who want to replace him.

Wile Trump mostly steered toward ‘wins’ in his administration, impeachment took center stage back in Washington D.C.

Tuesday was riddled with impeachment news as Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday afternoon that the Senate would begin the impeachment trial next week just hours after Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the House would vote Wednesday to transmit the two articles to the upper chamber.

The president remained quiet all day Tuesday on Twitter as attention was drawn to Capitol Hill, and Trump has continued to deny any wrongdoing, dubbing impeachment a partisan ‘witch hunt.’ 

He only broke his silence on social media as he left for the rally, tweeting before boarding Air Force One: ‘On my way to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a #TrumpRally. Look forward to see you all soon!’ 

A protester interrupted the rally momentarily on Tuesday night and was hustled out by security, throwing his 'Trump fears Bernie' sign into the press section as he left

A protester interrupted the rally momentarily on Tuesday night and was hustled out by security, throwing his ‘Trump fears Bernie’ sign into the press section as he left

Instead of focusing on impeachment, Trump did a 'greatest hits' rally that highlighted taking our Iranian terrorist leader Qassem Soleimani and an impending trade deal with China

Instead of focusing on impeachment, Trump did a ‘greatest hits’ rally that highlighted taking our Iranian terrorist leader Qassem Soleimani and an impending trade deal with China

Donald Trump arrived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tuesday night for his second Keep America Great rally of 2020

Donald Trump arrived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tuesday night for his second Keep America Great rally of 2020

The president remained silent on Twitter all morning and afternoon, tweeting for the first time as he departed the White House to head to the rally in the rust-belt swing state

The president remained silent on Twitter all morning and afternoon, tweeting for the first time as he departed the White House to head to the rally in the rust-belt swing state

Although the first half-hour of Trump’s remarks ignored the news of the day, he finally brought up impeachment by calling it ‘partisan’ and the ‘greatest hoax’ in U.S. history. 

‘We got – you know, Nancy Pelosi says, ‘It must be nonpartisan!’ And she said it has to be clear-cut. Well number one, it never happened. No problem. Number two, look at the vote. Three Democrats voted with us. So I guess you could say it was a nonpartisan vote because they voted with us, okay?’ Trump said to enthusiastic rally-goers who booed impeachment.

Trump took his two-hour flight to Wisconsin to lament that Apple would not agree to unlock the phone used by the Pensacola shooter. He also took a hit at Democratic leaders who headed the impeachment inquiry in the House.

‘Cryin’ Chuck Schumer just said, ‘The American people want a fair trial in the Senate.’ True, but why didn’t Nervous Nancy and Corrupt politician Adam ‘Shifty’ Schiff give us a fair trial in the House. It was the most lopsided & unfair basement hearing in the history of Congress!’ the president tweeted, using derogatory nicknames he dubbed for Senator Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff.

Trump’s Keep America Great rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is also being held on the same night as Democrats hold their first presidential primary debate of 2020.

While Trump was speaking in Milwaukee, six Democrats who want to replace him debated in Des Moines, Iowa

While Trump was speaking in Milwaukee, six Democrats who want to replace him debated in Des Moines, Iowa

A supporter wore a 'Trump 2020' hat to the rally on Tuesday

A supporter wore a ‘Trump 2020’ hat to the rally on Tuesday

'Bernie and the radical left cannot protect your family and they cannot protect our country, nor do they want to, I think,' Trump said at the rally, specifically calling out the progressive lawmaker running for president

‘Bernie and the radical left cannot protect your family and they cannot protect our country, nor do they want to, I think,’ Trump said at the rally, specifically calling out the progressive lawmaker running for president

Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was killed in a drone strike directed by Donald Trump earlier this month

Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was killed in a drone strike directed by Donald Trump earlier this month

Six Democrats – former Vice President Joe Biden, Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar, former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg and billionaire Tom Steyer – will take stage Tuesday night in the first caucus state of Iowa.

The Panther Arena at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee seats up to 12,700 people.

In the 2016 election, Trump narrowly won the swing state with 47.2 per cent of the vote compared to Hillary Clinton’s 46.5 per cent. But Clinton faced a slew of backlash for largely ignoring Wisconsin and not campaigning there once during the general election.

Now Democrats are trying to fix their mistake by focusing more attention on the midwest and rust belt swing-states. They will hold their Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Winsconsin in July this year.

Trump held his first rally of the year last Thursday in Toledo, Ohio. There he celebrated his drone strike directive that took out Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.

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