President Donald Trump praised an unruly crowd at a 2020 re-election campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire on Tuesday.
Trump was falsely claiming that China is paying for the tariffs in his trade war when he went off on the press.
“But when you listen to the fake news — look how many there are,” he said as he gazed out to the press area.
He then stepped back from the microphone as his supporters booed the concept of a free press.
The crowd started chanting, “CNN sucks.”
“Are we sure that we are in New Hampshire?” Trump asked. “You know, you have a reputation
— I know it is not true because I know you too well. You have a reputation of being staid, very elegant, staid, and credible people. You are not acting it tonight and that’s good.
“That is a good thing,” Trump argued.
WATCH: Democrat sarcastically slaps aside Trump Jr for trying to give him legal advice
Former trial lawyer turned Democratic lawmaker Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Il) sharply slapped aside legal advice offered by Donald Trump Jr, suggesting he might want to stay in his lane until he attends law school.
Speaking with CNN host Wolf Blitzer, Quigley was asked abouit a tweet by President Donald Trump's son regarding hearsay evidence after apparently watching Wednesday's impeachment hearing.
At issue for Don Jr. was Quigley's assertion during the hearing that hearsay evidence can sometimes be better than direct evidence.
Combative Kellyanne Conway melts down on CNN’s Blitzer after she’s asked about husband George’s impeachment observations
On CNN Thursday, an interview with counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway went off the rails when anchor Wolf Blitzer asked her about the impeachment analysis made by her husband George Conway, who is notoriously anti-Trump.
"I just have a final question, a sensitive question, and it’s a political question, it’s a substantive question. I don’t want to talk about your marriage. I know that there are issues there," said Blitzer. "Your husband George Conway—"
"What did you just say?" snapped Conway. "Did you just say there are issues there? ... Why would you say that?"
Kellyanne Conway denies Trump asked Ukraine to investigate Biden right after clip shows Trump asking for Biden probe
Kellyanne Conway delivered an Orwellian performance during an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Thursday in which she denied that President Donald Trump had said something that a video had shown he said mere seconds before.
During a contentious interview, Blitzer rolled a video of Trump from last month in which he came right out and said that Ukraine should launch an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden, who is one of the president's top prospective rivals in the 2020 election.
"If they were honest about it, they would start a major investigation into the Bidens," Trump told reporters when asked what he wanted to see from Ukraine. "It's a very simple answer -- they should investigate the Bidens!"