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Trump claims ‘fake news’ bashed Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address: ‘I have a feeling that’s going to happen with us’

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President Donald Trump gave a relatively subdued speech in Billings, Montana on Thursday in which he predicted that his own legacy would be similar to that of Abraham Lincoln.

Toward the end of the speech. Trump became wistful as has recounted his own political path and then compared himself to Lincoln.

“You know when Abraham Lincoln made the Gettysburg Address speech—great speech—you know he was ridiculed? He was excoriated by the fake news. They had fake news… they said it was a terrible, terrible speech,” Trump claimed.

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Trump then predicted his fate would be the same.

“I have a feeling that’s going to happen with us,” Trump said.

Watch the bit below.

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Trump badly needs GOP wins in these deep-red states to hold off impeachment momentum

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President Donald Trump badly needs Republican gubernatorial wins in three deep-red states, but they're anything but a sure bet.

The president is expected to campaign for GOP candidates for governor in Kentucky, Louisiana and Mississippi over the coming weeks, and some of his most prominent supporters, including Vice President Mike Pence, will help out, reported Politico.

“(Those) are states where Republicans can win races for governor," said Henry Barbour, a Republican National Committee member and the nephew of former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour. "Those would be big momentum wins for President Trump heading into 2020, but in the unlikely event we lose in all those states it would clearly be a troubling sign that the president would have to overcome."

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Morning Joe drops bomb on Trump about impeachment support in states he desperately needs in 2020

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Kicking off Tuesday's "Morning Joe" on MSNBC, hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski busted out the latest polling numbers about support for impeachment in key battleground states and let Donald Trump know he is deeply underwater.

Jumping right into it, the Brzezinski said, "Half of voters in six states that helped carry Trump to victory in 2016 say they support the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry into the president. According to the latest New York Times/Siena College poll put that support at 50 percent of voters in Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Arizona -- 45 percent say they oppose."

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Can the Trump cult be deprogrammed?

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A new Gallup poll finds that at least 50 percent of the American people want Donald Trump to be impeached and removed from office. That's three times higher than the percentage of Americans who supported impeaching Richard Nixon during the early stages of the impeachment process. Trump could become the first American president to run for re-election after being impeached in the House of Representatives.

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