Donald Trump calls the 15,000-strong audience of Elizabeth Warren & # 39; fake news & # 39; and claims that his & # 39; much larger & # 39; audience gets no attention at all & # 39;
- President Donald Trump was ashamed of Senator Warren's crowd
- She drew an estimated 15,000 during a weekend rally in Seattle
- He claimed that the media & # 39; add a lot more people than there actually are & # 39;
- He said that his crowds & # 39; much larger & # 39; and & # 39; get no coverage at all & # 39;
President Donald Trump listened on Tuesday to the hustle and bustle of Senator Elizabeth Warren, who said it was blown up by the media and claimed that his & # 39; much larger & # 39; used to be.
Trump fired sentiment around 6 p.m. on Tuesday, amid reports of growing crowds coming to visit Warren – including an estimated 15,000 at her meeting in Seattle. It could be an indication that the Massachusetts senator is drawing some of the enthusiasm that has moved Senator Bernie Sanders' challenge to Hillary Clinton in 2015 and 2016.
An estimated 12,000 people came to Warren in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Warren drew an estimated 15,000 people on Sunday
& # 39; They tell stories that are so great about Elizabeth & # 39; Pocahontas & # 39; Warren & # 39; s audience size, which means many more people are added than there are, and yet my crowds, which are much larger, do not get any coverage at all. Fake News! & # 39; Trump complained.
His shot at Warren came when she saw her number rise in the polls, including seeing herself in a virtual band with Joe Biden and Sanders in a recent Monmouth poll.
Trump & # 39; s & # 39; Pocahontas & # 39; insult is a reference to her earlier documents stating that she has tribal tribes, for which Warren apologized.
Warren & # 39; s crowds have accompanied her in the polls
President Donald Trump gestures supporters during a campaign meeting, Thursday, August 15, 2019, in Manchester, N.H.
The Seattle Times reported on Sunday that Warren's staff estimated the size at 15,000. & # 39;
Trump clashed with the media about the extent of his event in New Hampshire this month, which attracted thousands
Trump claimed that the media & # 39; added many more people & # 39; to Warren & # 39; s crowd
Democratic presidential candidate US Senator Elizabeth Warren, from Massachusetts, makes her entrance to a campaign event at City Hall in Seattle Center, Seattle, August 25, 2019
Trump claimed the press was as large as Warren & # 39; s crowd
Democratic presidential candidate senator Elizabeth Warren speaks to supporters gathered for her town hall campaign event at Seattle Center, Sunday, August 25, 2019 in Seattle
It was proof that & # 39; people are ready for change in Washington & # 39 ;, Warren told the crowd. & # 39; They understand that they have a government that works great for bazillionaires, but just doesn't work for them. To change that it will cost us all, no one should stand on the sidelines. & # 39;
Trump is known to be obsessed with the crowd, including the number that turned out to be his inauguration. He also bragged about the size of a recent audience during a condolence visit after the shooting in El Paso and Dayton.
Most recently, Trump destroyed media figures that sent shots of empty seats during his rally in New Hampshire. It turned out that the rally did as Trump said, setting a record at the location of rock star Elton John.
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