President Trump took a moment from his New Hampshire campaign speech to demand an unidentified person who was causing a commotion to be carried out of the facilities.
While kicking out the occasional anti-Trumer at one of his rallies has become fairly regular, some people online had a problem with how Trump addressed the protester.
“That guy’s got a serious weight problem. Go home, start exercising,” Trump said to the protestor as the facility’s security team escorted him out, BizPac Review reports. “Get him out of here please!”
“He’s got a bigger problem than I do, got a bigger problem than all of us. Now he goes home and his mom says, ‘What the hell have you just done?’” the president added.
While the individual is never seen, many people in the crowd can be heard booing as the individual was carried away. Watch:
President Trump said a New Hampshire protester had a "serious weight problem." pic.twitter.com/PyaaoNbxGg
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) August 16, 2019
BizPac Review adds:
Not surprisingly, leftists immediately trashed Trump, saying he’s the one with the weight problem. So let the hypocrisy sink in: Anti-Trumpers fat-shamed the president because they got upset that he fat-shamed a protester.
One Twitter user falsely claimed that Trump is probably “THE most overweight president of all time.”
Actually, William Howard Taft was the most overweight president in U.S. history. Taft weighed more than 350 pounds.
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Another person snarked: “Apparently, Donald Trump has failed to see himself in the mirror.”
President Donald Trump urges supporters at a New Hampshire rally to vote for him again, warning of policies that would lead to tax increases if a Democratic candidate beats him in 2020. More here: https://t.co/lPHFzlCU06 pic.twitter.com/wYUQeJ3rVR
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) August 16, 2019
Fox News reports Trump’s campaign stop coincided with several other Democratic presidential candidates making similar campaign stops throughout the state:
With several of his Democratic rivals hosting competing events down the street, President Trump confidently told raucous rallygoers Thursday evening in New Hampshire, the state that gave him his first presidential primary win, that they have “no choice” but to vote for him again in 2020 — if they want their 401(k)s to remain intact.
“Are we sure we’re in New Hampshire?” Trump asked at one point, as the crowd roared and he discussed the state’s soaring economy. “You have a reputation as a very staid, very elegant people, and you’re not acting it tonight, and that’s a good thing.”
“Now we have a bunch of socialists or communists to beat,” Trump said, as the Manchester crowd jeered. “They’re not far away. Does anybody want to pay a 95-percent tax?”
“They view everybody as fascists and Nazis … They accuse our heroic border agents of running concentration camps,” Trump said, in an apparent reference to New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. “And, they look down upon the hardworking citizens who truly make our country run.”