Trump tells supporters it'll be 'your fault' if he gets impeached

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Numerous people following the rally on TV and posting about it on Twitter spotted a young man standing behind Trump, at a position that appears on screen to be just over Trump's right shoulder.

With all the patently ludicrous things Donald Trump says on a daily basis, you'd think that it would be more common for the people around him to react with the appropriately humorous level of bafflement.

"I believe that the Democratic Party wants to have the Mueller investigation hanging over President Trump's head", observes Abe Hamilton, general counsel for the American Family Association and a former assistant district attorney. "I honor our national anthem, and most of the people in this country feel the same way".

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President Donald Trump told his supporters that if he is removed from Presidency it will be their fault because they did it go out to vote and support him.

"This election you aren't just voting for a candidate, you are voting for which party controls Congress". "But I say, how can you impeach somebody who has done a great job?"

"But we'll worry about that if it ever happens", Trump said. In August, Trump addressed it during a sit-down with Fox News' Ainsley Earhardt. It's nearly certainly a little hot and stuffy at these things, but if you're going to sit where cameras can see you, it's probably a good idea to keep in mind that the world is watching. Trump said, warning against the idea.

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That woman looked to be killing two birds with stone, as she told a pair of very sullen guests who hid their faces behind their caps and looked bored and disinterested in the speech to get lost. "All while this anonymous figure hides behind the liberal New York Times", he added. "It's really bad and it's really risky and it's really sad for the mainstream media".

Trump said similar things when he tweeted about the op-ed on Wednesday - though he suggested the Times made up the report.

Trump was stopping in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to attend a fundraiser for Republican Rep. Kristi Noem, who is running for governor, before returning to the White House late Friday.

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"The individual behind this piece has chosen to deceive, rather than support, the duly elected President of the United States", Sanders said.