Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen switches to Democratic Party

Desiree Steele
October 13, 2018

United States President Donald Trump on Wednesday mocked the MeToo campaign again and claimed it prevents him from using certain phrases as they were not politically correct any more, CNN reported.

Trump acknowledged the hurricane at the top of his rally Wednesday night in Erie, offering his "thoughts and prayers" to those in the storm's path and promising to "spare no effort" in the response. Earlier in the day, Trump received a hurricane briefing at the White House on the Category 4 storm. It's the person that got away.

The downfall of their relationship was marked by porn star Stormy Daniels suing Cohen and Trump over a secret agreement in which she agreed to stay silent about an affair she had with the president for $130,000.

He continued, "So there is an expression, but we'll change the expression: Pennsylvania was always the person who got away, that's pretty good, right, the person that got away?"

President Donald Trump took a moment during his Erie, PA rally tonight to go on a tangent mockingly bringing up the "rules" of the #MeToo movement. The US President had said the notion that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted someone and that the allegations from Ms Ford and other women could be taken as fact made this a "very scary time for young men in America".

"Yesterday Obama campaigned with JayZ & Springsteen while Hurricane Sandy victims across NY & NJ are still decimated by Sandy". You can do anything.

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