A Trump supporter attending a Steve Bannon-led pro-border wall rally this week wished that President Donald Trump could become a dictator so he could crush Congress and build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
After being called upon by Bannon at the rally, the Trump supporter stood up and ranted about Congress not giving Trump what he wanted to build his wall.
“I am so upset that we’ve got so much trash that is supposedly representing us in Washington!” she yelled into the microphone.
Bannon then assured her that she had the power to elect a better Congress and told her that “you can take the trash out.”
The woman, however, was not finished talking.
“Never in my life did I think I’d like to see a dictator,” she said. “But if there’s going to be one, I want it to be Trump!”
At this point, Bannon and other people in the room smiled and applauded her.
Watch the video below.
This is unbelievable:
Trump supporter At Steve Bannon’s Rally: “Never in my life did I think I’d like to see a dictator, but if there’s going to be one, I want it to be trump”pic.twitter.com/I1rSWLG9Ko
— PoliticsVideoChannel (@politvidchannel) March 18, 2019
Trump announces toughest sanctions ‘ever’ on Iran
President Donald Trump on Friday announced new sanctions on Iran's central bank, calling the measures the toughest ever imposed on another country by the United States.
"We have just sanctioned the Iranian national bank," Trump told reporters in the Oval Office.
"These are the highest sanctions ever imposed on a country," he said.
The Trump administration has vowed a response after US officials blamed Iran for weekend blasts on Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure, which caused a sharp hike in global crude prices.
The United States already maintains sweeping sanctions on Iran including on its central bank, with anyone who deals with it subject to prosecution.
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"Coal, as an example, you're the leader of safety in coal digging and we've actually studied it," the president said. "We're doing a lot of coal. You have very little -- you have almost no -- used to have a thing, black lung disease, and in Australia you almost don't have it anymore, you've got all of the dust down."
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"The View" grappled with reports that Trump dangled U.S. military aid to Ukraine in exchange for damaging information against Joe Biden, and co-host Abby Huntsman agreed that was an impeachable offense -- but expressed doubts about the accuracy.
"This is a blown-up story and we have no facts, there's no gray area," Huntsman said. "It's black and white, and that would give Trump all the more ammunition if this isn't even true to say, this is what the media does."