There was a defining moment after the RNC speech by President Trump. It was not the words he said, but the protests that took place in DC outside the White House afterwards. Senator Rand Paul said he was confronted by angry protestors, and even Meghan McCain, a vocal anti-Trump Republican, said that could have been the defining moment that won President Trump the election.
In Trump’s speech, he spoke about two different futures: one of law and order versus one of anarchy. And in New Hampshire today, President Trump was quick to remind his supporters just what happened that night, calling the protestors “thugs,” and that the DC Mayor Muriel Bowser gave the police “bad instructions.”
President Trump said, “The mayor should be ashamed for that kind of display of incompetence. It’s happening all over when you have Democrat-run cities.”
Trump said that the police “took tremendous abuse,” and credited the four officers for bringing Senator Rand Paul to his hotel safely. Trump, who said Biden is a “puppet of the left,” doesn’t even know what he stands for. After his speech, the protestors did exactly what Trump was talking about. Trump said, “Todays’ Democratic Party is filled with hate. Just look at Biden supporters screaming at people at the street with unhinged, manic rage.”