Trump Doubles Down On Violence Against Journalists Remarks In Twitter Video


The GOP is scrambling to put out last minute advertising as the last few weeks before November 6 wind down, and the content they are putting out is laughable.

In a video tweeted out on Friday, Trump called on Republicans to vote to keep angry and violent Democrats out of office.

‘The Democrats don’t like being called an angry mob, but really, that’s what they’ve become.’

Trump obviously failed to remember the whole white supremacist mob in Charlottesville, Virginia. Not all Trump supporters are white supremacists; however, all white supremacists are Trump supporters.

In the video, Trump also criticized former Attorney General Eric Holder for remarking that when Republicans go low, we should kick them. Holder is seen as a potential presidential contender in 2020. He also brought up former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton remarking during a recent interview that Democrats cannot be civil.

‘When you listen to Eric Holder talking about kicking … or Hillary Clinton saying what she said which was so horrible … they just don’t see it. Maxine Waters constantly day in and day out ranting and raving … they’re losing it and they shouldn’t be.’

Trump failed to mention the time he advocated for punching someone in the face at a Trump rally. He also recently applauded Greg Gianforte for assaulting a journalist.

‘Any guy that can do a body slam, he’s my kind of – he’s my guy.’

Here’s the real kicker, though. Trump, with a straight face, said America should be a unified country, and it will someday.

‘We should be a unified country. It’ll happen someday.’

The only thing at this point that will unify America is if Trump is kicked out of office.

Twitter reacted to the video. You can check out the responses below.

Featured image via Twitter screenshot.