President Trump had a zingy commencement during his political rally in Lousiana on Wednesday.
He began the rally be reading old tweets that declared a “coup” against him, dating back to January 2017. He pulled a printed copy of the story ran by Fox News, out of his jacket and began reading it to a crowd of cheering Trump Supporters.
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“I don’t know if you saw, I’m coming off the plane and they hand me — look at this character — they just hand me this story,” he said, referring to Mark S. Zaid, the attorney representing the so-called “whistleblower” in the impeachment inquiry against the president.
“Coup has started. First of many steps,” Zaid wrote. “Rebellion, Impeachment will follow ultimately.”
Trump called Zaid a “sleazeball” and read another post on Twitter from the lawyer predicting that “CNN will play a key role in Donald Trump not finishing out his first term.”
“It’s all a hoax, it’s a scam, and you know who helps them, these people, the media,” Trump said, pointing to the back of the hall, as the crowd booed.