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Trump Fawns Over ‘Beautiful’ Ivanka, Compares Migrants To Snakes And Leads Crowd Into ‘Lock Her Up’ As He Attacked Pelosi In New Hampshire Rally

In his first campaign rally since acquittal, President Donald Trump held a wild campaign rally on Monday night in New Hampshire, where recited a 1963 poem comparing migrants to snakes. The president also lavished praise on his daughter Ivanka, whom he called “beautiful” and led the crowd into a “lock her up” chant as he attacked House Speaker Nacy Pelosi (D-CA)

During his rambling speech, Trump read out the poem, which describes a woman who takes in an injured snake that ends up turning on her and biting her.

“‘Oh, shut up, silly woman!’ said the reptile with a grin. ‘You knew damn well I was a snake before you took me in,'” Trump said, reading the poem, as the audience cheered.

He then slammed his impeachment as a “bipartisan hoax.” As the crowd chanted “lock her up” — referring to Pelosi — Trump gave a thumbs-up sign.

Trump also lavished praise on his daughter Ivanka and called her to join him on stage.

He described her as “beautiful” to the crowd, adding: “I’m not allowed to say that because it’s my daughter.”

Trump has a long history of praising his daughter’s physical appearance in a way that many people — including some who were present when he made the remarks — have found inappropriate.

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