During a speech on Thursday, President Donald Trump attacked and viciously insulted Democratic politicians, The Hill reports.
The speech was meant to be about health care, but the president departed from the topic, touching on everything from the recently-launched impeachment inquiry, over border security, to the economy.
To insult Democrats in the United States Congress, Trump said that Obama administration officials were “moderate” compared to today’s Democrats, who he called “maniacs.”
“The last administration, frankly, was moderate compared to the maniacs that you are hearing from today,” he said.
The president also mocked two Democratic presidential candidates, former Vice President Joe Biden and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren. Using the nicknames he had previously coined for the two White House hopefuls — “Pocahontas” for Warren, and “Sleepy” for Biden — the president promised more attacks.
“You know when I used to hit her, I thought she was gone,” he said of Warren.Full article