Published: Mon, March 04, 2019
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Trump to Address Core Conservatives After Rough Week

Trump to Address Core Conservatives After Rough Week

Although Trump had prepared a speech for the conference, he went "off script" to discuss a wide range of topics about his presidency.

"After more than two years of Presidential Harassment, the only things that have been proven is that Democrats and other broke the law".

Addressing a cheering audience at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Maryland, Trump veered off-script to launch a tirade about events that led to the Russian Federation investigation.

The speech - clocking in at more than two hours - also included sharp attacks on former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, former Federal Bureau of Investigation head James Comey, the Democratic Party and those critical of his approach to North Korea.

"Russia, please if you can, get us Hillary Clinton's emails", Trump said jokingly, referring to being mocked for saying Russian Federation should find the former Democratic presidential nominee's emails during the campaign. Rosenstein is expected to step down by mid-March.

Mr Nadler accused the Republicans of "shielding the president from any proper accountability" during the first two years of his term and said that...

On the stage, he was a prideful and at times profane figure as he complained that past political appointments had allowed a situation where political foes were trying to take him out with "bullshit".

"Now Robert Mueller never received a vote and neither did the person who appointed him", he added.

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Negotiations in Hanoi, Vietnam, with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un proved inconsequential, with the White House saying it could not accede to Kim's demands that the United States end all economic sanctions in exchange for closing just one nuclear facility. Trump renewed Republican arguments that the policy would curtail air travel, limit the number of cars Americans could drive and cut electricity "when the wind stops blowing".

He said the president paid him hush money to cover up alleged affairs, routinely inflated and deflated his assets for tax and financial gain and is involved in more criminal activity under investigation by the Southern District of NY.

Trump mocked the Green New Deal's climate-related provisions, deriding the plan as promoting "no planes, no energy".

Nadler said on ABC's "This Week" that lawmakers would send the letters "to begin investigations to present the case to the American people about obstruction of justice, corruption and abuse of power".

President Donald Trump has told an appreciative audience of conservatives that he'll win re-election in 2020 and by a bigger margin than his 2016 victory.

"The president surrounds himself with some people that maybe he shouldn't have, I don't know", he said."What I'm most concerned about is what took place at the highest levels of our [government]".

Democratic National Committee spokesman Daniel Wessel quickly hit back on Saturday afternoon, describing the speech in a statement as "a freakish, unhinged rant".

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