Trump mistakenly insulted his supporter

US President Donald Trump during a speech in Manchester, New Hampshire, accidentally insulted his supporter. Fox News reported.

It is noted that at some point at the event there were protesters who disrupted the speech of the President. They started to pull guard. At this point, the American leader drew attention to one of the men in the crowd — Frank Dawson. “This guy has serious weight problems. Go home. Start playing sports. Get him out of here, please,” Trump said.

Later it turned out that Dawson supported the head of the United States and was wearing a t-shirt with the inscription “Trump 2020”. Upon learning of his mistake, the American leader called the man to thank for the support. Trump did not apologize. Dawson himself noted that he does not take offense at the President and loves him, because, in his opinion, “he is the best that has ever happened to this country.”

Trump’s speech was held as part of the presidential campaign in 2020. Elections in the country will be held on November 3 next year.

In July, the American leader took second place in a survey of Fox News about the next head of state. It was noted that most Americans would prefer to see Democrat Joseph Biden in this post in 2020. It was noted that his rating rose by 10 points. Trump was outraged by the survey results shown in the morning show Fox & Friends. He wrote on Twitter that he would never lose this policy.

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Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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