Published: Sat, October 13, 2018
Health Care | By Alice Shelton

Trump mocks the #MeToo movement at a rally, again

Trump mocks the #MeToo movement at a rally, again

President Donald Trump defended his decision to appear at a political rally in Pennsylvania as the most powerful hurricane on record to slam into the Florida Panhandle left at least two people dead and a swath of destruction.

Trump was likely referring to the slogan "The girl that got away".

Pointing to the media, Mr. Trump said he would use the original phrase, except for the media. In his op-ed, Trump said Democrats have moved away from centrism, claiming the "new Democrats are radical socialists who want to model America's economy after Venezuela". "They would say, did you hear what President Trump said?" "Did you hear what he said?" he said imitating reporters.

At one point at the rally at the Erie Insurance Arena in Erie, Penn., Trump was set to use an expression, but said "under the rules of #MeToo I'm not allowed to use that expression anymore".

"So, there is an expression, but we'll change the expression".

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"That's pretty good, right?" he asked.

Trump acknowledged the hurricane at the top of his rally in Erie, offering his "thoughts and prayers" to those in the storm's path and promising to "spare no effort" in the response. While mocking Senator Elizabeth Warren's heritage, Trump said he would have to "gently" toss a DNA test Warren's way so as not to hurt her "because we are in the MeToo generation".

In 2012, a week after Hurricane Sandy hit the NY area, Obama appeared at a campaign rally alongside Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen in OH on the eve of the presidential election. You can do anything.

The President denies all the allegations against him.

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