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Felicia Sonmez National Reporter on Washington Posts Breaking Political News Act October 18 at 22:25 MISSOULA, Mont. – President Donald…
MISSOULA, Mont. – President Donald Trump on Thursday acclaimed Rector Greg Gianforte (R-Mont.) To attack a reporter in his bid at Congress last year when the United States met an outbreak crisis of missed journalist Jamal Khashoggi, believed to have been killed by Saudi Arabian agents.
The remarks of Trump at an airport performance at an airport hung here with a mountainous background – hit wrinkled bowl from the conservative crowd, applauding Trump noted by Gianforte: “By the way, never break him.”  “A guy who can make a body slim, he’s my kind of – he’s my guy,” said Trump.
Gianforte accused guilty of attacking the protection republic Ben Jacobs, an injury that occurred during Gianfort’s final election round in May 2017 when Jacobs tried to interview him about the GOP care plan. The then candidate grabbed Jacobs, threw him to the ground and hit him. Gianforte then won the special election and later claimed that he owed and had six months’ deferred opinion.
Trump had referred to the assault during a campaign swing in Billings, Mont., In September and noted in almost a blinking way for the audience that Gianforte “has hit – more than one – for your permission”.
But in Missoula on Thursday – a liberal enclave in the state surrounded by conservative territory – Trump went much further in his praise.
Trump recalled that, when traveling in Rome in May of May, he heard that Gianforte had broken a journalist shortly before voters went to the vote in his controversial election competition – initially believed that the change would hurt Gianfort’s prospects.
“Then I said,” Wait a little, I feel Montana pretty well. I think it can help him, “said Trump, the audience in Missoula.” And it did. “
In a statement, the security officer US condemned Trump’s remarks as” an attack on the first amendment by someone who has made an oath to defend it. “
” The United States President tonight applauded the assassination of an American journalist working for the Guardian, “said editor John Mulholland, adding that in the wake of Khashoggi’s death, Trump’s statement risks” the risk of inviting others attacks on journalists both here and all over the world where they are often faced with much greater threats. “
” We hope decent people will quit these comments and that the president will look appropriate to apologize for them, “he said.
Gianforte drives Democrat Kathleen Williams for re-election in Montana’s single-family district. Gianforte Praise came when Trump continued to renounce the “Democrats” of the Democrats and appointed Sen. Jon Tester, the Democratic Senate who drove for reel in this state, favoring Trump with more than 20 points in 2016. Trump called Tests “shameful. “
” The election could not be clearer, “said Trump.” Democrats are producing mobs. Republicans are producing jobs. “
Trump also revived his attacks on Trump’s failed nomination by White GP Ronny L. Jackson to lead the Veterinary Affairs Department earlier this year. Jackson withdrawn his nomination less than 24 hours after Tester had approved the release of allegations that he had drank on the job, improperly prescribed drugs and contributed to a poisonous working environment.
“I announced he would be my choice,” said Trump about Jackson. “And he was attacked so viciously, so violently by Jon Tester, as I have never seen before. All lies, all finished things. “Trump and Tester Republican Challenger Matt Rosendale says that Tester’s role in the Jackson controversy can lose the democrats reputation in a state that has one of the highest per capita degree of veterans in the United States. However, tests and democrats have argued that The fracas would not hurt the Senate politically because he stood against a nominee who did not have the qualifications to lead a spreading agency like VA.
Veterans “were upset with the comments made about Ronny Jackson. They felt it was not fair, that was not correct, Montana said Sen. Steve Daines (R) in an interview here before the rally. Nevertheless, he added: “It remains to be seen whether it will affect the result.”
Trump also aimed at late Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), A potential White Paper in 2020, released earlier this week, the results of a DNA test showing that she has links to a distant native American ancestor. Warren’s release of the test came after Trump repeatedly repeated her as “Pocahontas” on the campaign trail. But Warren’s movement seemed like a rebirth as Trump and his followers grabbed the results to claim that Warren could be as little as 1/1024. Native American.
“The only good thing about her test was that she was less than the average American,” said Trump on Thursday night. “I used to say,” I have more Indian blood in me than she does, and I have none. “. And I was right. “
He added that he would continue to use his favorite nickname for the Massachusetts Democrat to” show everyone what a fake one she is. “
Felicia Sonmez reported from Washington.