President Trump railed against Democrats during an Ohio campaign rally, telling the crowd of supporters that members of the Democratic party are “vicious, horrible people.”
“They want to have open borders,” Trump told the crowd on Thursday night. “They want to have sanctuary cities. The radical Democrats have never been more extreme than they are right now. They are stone-cold crazy.”
He continued: “You know it’s interesting, as I am saying this stuff, you know – they want crime, they want chaos – I’m saying all this stuff, and then I say, ‘Gee I now sort of understand why they hate me.’ Right?”
“But it’s true, it’s true,” Trump told the crowd. “Their policies are a disaster. They’re bad politicians and they are horrible policies. But what they do, they stick together and they’re vicious. They’re vicious, horrible people.”
“I didn’t use to say that,” he claimed.
“They’re horrible people. What they do to people is a disgrace. But they stick together.”
Donald Trump refers to 42 million American voters as “vicious, horrible people.” pic.twitter.com/ZNfzcRZgTe
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) January 10, 2020