President Trump took aim at a protester on Wednesday night during a campaign-style rally in Minnesota.
The president rolled out his greatest hits from his 2016 campaign with a few additions and some help from the crowd. “USA, USA, USA.”
The classic USA chant that we’ve grown accustomed to seeing at Trump’s rallies was in response to a protestor.
The president asked security to get rid of the man, before going after him in his speech. “Was that a man or a woman? Because he needs a haircut more than I do. Couldn’t tell.”
Meanwhile, Trump also ramped up his attacks on Democrats and the media, specifically on immigration.
The rally in the state Hillary Clinton won back in 2016 came hours after Trump signed an executive order stopping the separation of families at the border.
“So we’re keeping families together so this will solve that problem,” Trump said.
The order came after the White House repeatedly said they couldn’t do anything to address the problem.