President Trump in Great Falls

Trump holds rally in Montana -- live stream

Trump holds rally in Montana -- live stream

After the rally, the spokesman for Tester's re-election campaign put out a statement that was critical of Rosendale but which did not mention the president.

'I feel guilty. Admiral Jackson was getting ready to leave service.

"The war was lost" on trade "many years ago", Mr. Trump said, but now "we're going to win it".

“Welcome to Montana, and thank you President Trump for supporting Jons legislation to help veterans and first responders, hold the VA accountable, and get rid of waste, fraud and abuse in the federal government, ” the ad read.

Trump then shifted to the topic of his SCOTUS nominee.

"There's now a vacancy on the Supreme Court and if you turn in Monday at 9 o'clock I think you're going to be extremely happy", Trump said, though he didn't name any contenders.

But Tester, in his role as the top Democrat on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, released a slew of anonymous allegations against Jackson, accusing him of overprescribing medication and other misconduct.

Tester and colleagues like Donnelly and Heitkamp well know the straddle required of Democratic senators in conservative territory, who face the conundrum of voting with the majority opinion in their states or with their national party.

Jackson's nomination blew up in April after a series of reports of alleged misonduct.

While rallies allow Trump to get out of Washington and do what he loves most - improvise before a crowd and bask in the adulation of the campaign trail - it's unclear how much these high summer events matter, apart from as a warm-up for the fall campaign.

Trump returned to the issue in the home state of Sen.

Trump acknowledged that some of his past rhetoric concerning North Korea could be cast fairly as "tough".

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"Tester doesn't share your values", Mr. Trump said. "To the fake Pocahontas, I won't apologize", he continued as the almost all-white crowd roared.

"Trust me, we'll do just fine", he said.

It set up the equation that prevailed for much of 2016 - with Trump adopting a position many people may see as extreme or offensive that causes mainstream media outlets to cry foul. "These are savage gangs", he said of MS-13.

His barbs against the media came on a day when newsrooms across the USA held a moment of silence in remembrance of five Maryland newspaper staffers who were fatally shot last week by a man who authorities say held a grudge against the publication.

Trump also went after U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters of California, calling her a "low-IQ individual". Elizabeth Warren, slamming her claims of Native American heritage by referring to her as "Pocahontas" while mocking the Me Too movement.

But one of the points that generated the most enthusiasm from the receptive audience centered on Sen.

At a rally in Great Falls, Mont., Trump deployed his familiar nickname of "Pocahontas" for Warren, which he has repeatedly used to mock the Massachusetts Democrat for her claims of Native American ancestry.

He joked with the audience about not telling anyone his "secret plan" to resolve the matter of the senator's ethnic heritage once and for all.

Trump's rambling speech touched on every corner of his presidency, from the size of the crowd at his inauguration and his idea for a Space Force, to a passionate defense of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Trump rallied in Great Falls on Thursday to boost the candidacy of Tester's Republican challenger, state Auditor Matt Rosendale.

'When the fake news starting saying, 'Oh why isn't Trump giving the physical! Why.

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