& # 39; It must be so stupid! & # 39; Louisiana senator mocks Nancy Pelosi for welcoming the public deposition war with Donald Trump as president grinning during raucous rally
- President Trump paid a visit to Monroe, Louisiana on Wednesday to gather voter support around GOP candidate Eddie Rispone
- Sen. John Kennedy came to the microphone to mock House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, laughing at her accusations during an economic expansion
- & # 39; Pelosi is trying to blame him! I don't mean a lack of respect, but it must be so stupid! & # 39; Kennedy said
- Rally supported Eddie Rispone, a republican who faces Democratic governor John Bel Edwards in an election round this month
- Kennedy told voters that they should support Rispone & # 39; unless you're happy with worthless & # 39;
Republican Senator John Kennedy on Wednesday during a public rally of Donald Trump House destroyed Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her & # 39; stupid & # 39; mentioned because she had accused the president in the midst of economic expansion.
& # 39; In three short years, President Trump has doubled the growth of the largest economy in human history & # 39 ;, Kennedy told thousands of screaming Louisians.
& # 39; And do you know what our Democratic friends have done for him? Speaker Nancy Pelosi is trying to blame him! I don't mean a lack of respect, but it must be so stupid! & # 39;
The crowd roared with pleasure.
Kennedy linked Pelosi's reserved accusation march to an election result on November 16 in the race of the governor of Louisiana, where the Republicans are trying to unleash the democratic government John Bel Edwards.
Sen. John Kennedy came to the microphone during the Louisiana rally of Donald Trump on Wednesday and mocked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about her allegations during an economic expansion
Pelosi presides over a formal accusation investigation that is expected to result in a hands-on attempt to remove Trump from the White House
& # 39; The same people who support speaker Pelosi send tens of millions of dollars to support Edwards government, & # 39; he boomed. & # 39; And all that he has given us, all that Governor Edwards has given us, is crime and uncertainty. & # 39;
& # 39; Now unless you are happy with worthless, I want you to vote for Eddie Rispone as governor! & # 39; Kennedy said, checking the Republican candidate.
Rispone, a businessman from Baton Rouge, is a statewide unknown with so little name recognition that he lacks a Wikipedia profile.
But Edwards, the only Democratic American governor in the deep south, sees his poll numbers trending in a dangerous direction.
Rispone came in second in the & # 39; jungle primary & # 39; election on October 12, making him Edwards' runoff challenger when the incumbent governor failed to win more than 50 percent of the vote.
President Trump was in Monroe, Louisiana to punch for gubernatorial candidate Eddie Rispone
Trump won Louisiana with 20 points in 2016. He held his rally and plans next week, in particular to encourage Republican voters to support Rispone and other down-ticket GOP candidates.
Kennedy is a latecomer in Republican politics: he was a democrat until 2007.
He has previously used his rule about being stupid. During an appearance on CNN in April, Kennedy attacked the Ways and Means House Committee Rep. Richard Neal for pursuing Trump & # 39; s income tax return.
& # 39; It must be really stupid to be that stupid, & # 39; he said then. & # 39; Look, this is very simple: Mr. Neal wants to bother the president. He doesn't think the president should be president. & # 39;
& # 39; I will be very blunt, & # 39; Kennedy added. & # 39; Chairman Neal, powerful man, head of Ways and Means. I know he's an adult, but I don't think he's a real adult. & # 39;