Trump attacks Maxine Waters: ‘Can you imagine if I said that?’ — except he actually did say it
President Donald Trump (AFP / MANDEL NGAN)

President Donald Trump is traveling to different states to hold rallies. At his latest rally in North Dakota, he responded, yet again, to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA).

Earlier this week Waters called for people to protest against staff members of the Trump administration if they see them in public.

"So the vote from any Democrat in November is a vote for Schumer, Pelosi and Maxine. Maxine, she is a beauty. I mean she practically was telling people the other day, could you imagine if I said the things she said?" President Trump said during his rally.

President Trump continued: "We demand that he immediately drop out of the race. Can you imagine seriously if I said that, or somebody else said that? Horrible, what she said it. Now they want to censure her. Let's see where that goes, folks."

The only thing wrong with President Trump's message against Waters is that he has actually promoted violence on several occasions. Here are the times Trump called for violence.