President Donald Trump hosted an enormous rally earlier today in the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.
The crowd greeted the President with a tremendous welcome, though voicing their discontent for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the Kentucky Senator, who introduced Trump.
Trump spent much of his time talking about the Obamacare replacement bill which is scheduled to be voted on Thursday (per Daily Mail):
‘We’re going to negotiate, and it’s going to go to the Senate, and back and forth,’ the president said Monday.
‘And the end result is going to be wonderful, and it’s going to work great.’
He used the moment to voice his frustrations for the damage caused by Democrats:
Trump blasted Democrats in the House and Senate for what he called ‘disastrous’ impacts on the U.S. health care system stretching over the past seven years.
‘They ignored the public, they ignored the voters, and they jammed a massiave health care takeover right through Congress,’ he recalled.
‘It’s time for Democrat leaders in Washington to take responsibility for he disaster they and they alone created.’
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Trump also mentioned “[t]ax reform, respect for law enforcement, veterans health care and a defense buildup” and his nomination to the Supreme Court:
Trump said Neil Gorsuch, his Supreme Court nominee, ‘ will uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.’
‘I urge members of both parties to swiftly approve his nomination. He is an outstanding man from an outstanding family with an unbelievably wonderful wife. They should approve.’
The line to enter the event was incredibly long, here’s what it looked like three hours before the event was scheduled to start: