President Trump told supporters in Montana on Thursday night that his fate is in their hands.
If he is ever impeached, "it's your fault 'cause you didn't go out to vote — that's the only way it could happen," he said. "I'll be the only president in history, they'll say, 'What a job he's done! By the way, we're impeaching him.'" Trump was in Billings to campaign for Matt Rosendale, the state auditor running for Senate, but most of the time, he focused on himself and Democrats, including those who are "looking like fools" during Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
He compared his speeches to the Gettysburg Address, claiming that in Abraham Lincoln's day, the 16th president was "ridiculed" and "excoriated" by the "fake news — there was fake news before." Trump also said he was just told North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was saying "terrific things about me," and they both have "respect" for each other. When it comes to the media, "you can't win, but we're winning," he declared. "I'm president, your president, we're winning." People may say he's mentally unfit, Trump told the crowd, but could someone not of sound mind be able to speak at rallies for 90 minutes, often "without any notes?" he asked, later admitting, "I think I'm pretty competent." Catherine Garcia