‘Trains To Hawaii?’: Trump Hilariously TROLLS AOC And Green New Deal In CPAC Speech…

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President Trump is ready and willing to face any Democratic primary contender that supports the Green New Deal currently being pushed in the House by Democratic newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

The president joked during his CPAC speech on Saturday that he would be ready to debate “one of these maniacs” because he claimed they are trying to get rid of airplanes.

“When I’m on the debate stage with one of these maniacs. I mean, trains to Hawaii?” Trump asked. “How do you get to Europe? We have not figured that one out yet, we don’t use airplanes anymore.”


President Trump first walked onto the stage by giving the American flag a big hug, much to the applause of those in attendance.

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Trump also swiped House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, calling him “Little Shifty Schiff,” in his speech and said he suffers from a “collusion delusion.”

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He also mentioned Hayden Williams, the man who was attacked at the University of California Berkeley last month:

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Coming to speak before a rapt crowd at the Maryland conference, the president began a wide-ranging speech talking about tariffs, slamming the media and exuding confidence about his reelection chances in 2020.

Trump told attendees at the large conservative gathering that they are “reclaiming our nation’s priceless heritage, reversing decades of blunders and betrayals by the failed ruling class. America is respected again, and the world knows it.”

The conference, which entered its third day Saturday, showed little daylight between the White House and the Republican base, with several attendees showing off red “Make America Great Again” hats and other paraphernalia.

Reflecting support among a wider swath of the party beyond the annual summit, a Gallup poll released last month found that Trump has an 89 percent approval rating among Republicans.