Trump mocks ‘mumbling’ Nancy Pelosi at New Hampshire rally and says Dems are ‘losing their minds’ ahead of key primary

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DONALD Trump mocked “mumbling” Nancy Pelosi at his New Hampshire rally, saying Democrats are “losing their minds” ahead of tomorrow’s primary.

During the Manchester rally, the president derided “radical social Democrats” and impersonated Pelosi’s response to his State of the Union speech last week.

President Donald Trump Rally in Manchester, New Hampshire
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Trump blasted Dems, saying they were ‘losing it’ before tomorrow’s primary
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Trump sauntered onto the podium and predicted Republicans would “win New Hampshire in a landslide” ahead of the primary.

He dismissed the ” outrageous partisan impeachment hoax” and was jubilant about his “absolute total acquital.”

“On Tuesday, I delivered my address on the State of the Union,” Trump said, before he laid into Pelosi.

“I had somebody behind me who was mumbling terribly, mumbling, mumbling,” he said, saying it was “very distracting, very distracting.”

Trump then did an impression of the House Speaker uttering a series of grunting noises – “wah, wah, ho, ha!” – as the crowd chanted “Lock Her Up!”

“Angry — there was a little anger back there,” Trump continued. “We’re the ones who should be angry, not them.”

Trump blasted his Democratic rivals following the Iowa caucus voting tabacle, insinuating they were trying to oust “Crazy Bernie” Sanders.

He urged his base to vote for a “weak candidate” in the New Hampshire Democratic primary, saying “go ahead and pick one.”

The New Hampshire primary is not a closed primary.

This means any voter who isn’t affiliated with a particular party, or has re-registered as an undeclared voter, can vote in either party’s primary.


 


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