Trump was as fired up as the crowd during his rally in Lexington, Kentucky on Monday night.
He talked about the economy, the probe of the Russia investigation, the economy and much more.
FOX News has details:
Trump touts Baghdadi’s ‘one-way ticket to hell’ ahead of pivotal elections in Kentucky, Virginia, Mississippi
At a rally on friendly turf in Kentucky Monday night, President Trump urged what he called an “angry majority” of voters to send a powerful “signal” to Democrats and the world by handing the GOP a big victory not only in Tuesday’s gubernatorial race there, but also in the pivotal upcoming statewide elections in Virginia, Mississippi, and Louisiana…
Amid chants of “USA” at Monday’s rally, Trump repeatedly sought to leverage his accomplishments in office, including energy independence and historically low unemployment rates, to boost Gov. Matt Bevin.
At one point, Trump reminded the audience that American special forces had just provided “the world’s number-one terrorist a one-way ticket to hell,” in a colorful reference to the now-dead Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
“The dog will be coming very shortly to the White House!” Trump remarked, shouting-out the elite canine that helped take down Baghdadi.
"American special forces gave the world's number one terrorist a one-way ticket to hell."
— Trump War Room (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TrumpWarRoom) November 5, 2019
Here are some pictures:
this group filing into trump rally in lexington all wearing white “read the transcript” tshirts pic.twitter.com/QLwAJk3d6w
— Justin Sink (@justinsink) November 4, 2019
— Angie Beavin (@AngieBeavin) November 5, 2019
Papa John's founder John Schnatter attends the Trump rally in Lexington, Kentucky. pic.twitter.com/SMgnJag6gd
— Ryan C. Hermens (@ryanhermens) November 5, 2019
— Vanessa (@Vannav12) November 4, 2019
Watch the whole thing below. Trump enters at the 31 minute mark:
These crowds have got to make Democrats nervous.