Trump calls protesters in Washington Thursday ‘thugs’


    Addressing supporters in New Hampshire, Trump said people attending his speech at the White House « walked out to a bunch of thugs … That wasn’t friendly protesters. They were thugs. »

    DONALD TRUMP: We had a wonderful turnout last night. What I didn’t like– you saw this, right, when it was over? You saw when it was over? The thugs outside.

    And they__ these incredible people from all over the country, all over the world that were there last night– they walked out to a bunch of thugs. And that wasn’t– remember this– that was friendly protesters. They were thugs. They were thugs. And the DC police are good, but the mayor gave bad instructions last night. That should have never been allowed to happen.

    When a senator like Rand Paul walks out– and thank god we had some good police around him. And they took a tremendous–

    –they took tremendous abuse. And Rand Paul was in big trouble last night. He’s a good guy. He’s a friend of mine, and that shouldn’t happen to anybody. But here’s a US senator walking outside, and those four policemen should be brought over to the White House and we ought to give them a medal of some kind. And we’re going to do it. We’re going to do it, and I told that to Rand today.


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