President Trump Thursday night in Manchester, New Hampshire, a state he narrowly lost in 2016 and hopes to capture in 2020.
During his rally, the president mocked his potential Democratic opponents, emphasized he will stand for Second Amendment Rights, suggested the U.S. begin building mental institutions again to stop mass shootings, and insisted the economy is doing well despite Wednesday marking the worst day for stocks this year, among other remarks.
Before leaving for the Granite State, the president events detailed in the Mueller report., who is considering a run for Senate in the state. Earlier in the day, the House Judiciary Committee Lewandowski and another former aide, Rick Dearborn, to testify about their involvement in
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