Trump Calls Maxine Waters ‘Low IQ Individual’ Then All Hell Breaks Loose In Democrat Party

President Trump recently visited Moon Township, Pittsburgh for a rally.

During his speech he did not waist any time before going in on a no-holds-barred attack on the mainstream media. However, most of the time the attention is always bashed and changed by the liberal media CNN, this time Trump decided to go after MSNBC as well.

“CNN, MSNBC, which is worse,” Trump quipped to a packed hangar in Pittsburgh, adding that parent network NBC was “horrible” and that their newscasts were “not doing well … going down the tubes.”

President Trump has continued his comments at the rally in Pittsburg by shifting his attitude from the mainstream media to different members of the Democratic party.

According to ijr:

Well, one member in specific: Representative Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).

Urging the crowd assembled in a hangar in the Moon Township neighborhood of Pittsburgh to vote for candidates who would further his agenda — in this case, local candidate Rick Saccone — Trump took the opportunity to point out that this would mean “defeat[ing] Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters, a very low IQ individual.”

At the mention of both Pelosi and Waters, the crowd chimed in with a chorus of “boo”s before the president continued.

“Did you ever see her,” he asked, before launching into a mocking impression of Waters.

“We will impeach him,” Trump said, mocking Waters’ repeated calls for the president’s impeachment. “We will impeach the president. But he hasn’t done anything wrong — it doesn’t matter. We will impeach him.”

The audience behind the president seemed to enjoy his impression of the representative from California, smiling and laughing at the mockery.

“She’s a low IQ individual,” the president added, “she can’t help it.”

From there, Trump turned his words towards Pennsylvania 18th District Democratic Candidate Conor Lamb.

“Lamb the Sham,” Trump quipped, adding that he was “trying to act like a Republican, so he won’t give me one vote.”

Conceding that he didn’t know Lamb personally, Trump said that he heard he was a “good guy,” though he claimed that he was “better looking” than Lamb.

Trump then doubled down on his support for Republican candidate Rick Saccone, saying that he liked him.

“I think he’s handsome,” the president added.

Watch Trump’s comments above, via CNN.

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