Several People Behind Trump Were Removed, Replaced During Rally In Montana

President Donald Trump looks to GOP Senate candidate Matt Rosendale giving him the thumbs-up during a rally at the Four Seasons Arena at Montana ExpoPark in Great Falls Mont. Montana State Auditor Rosendale has

President Donald Trump looks to GOP Senate candidate Matt Rosendale giving him the thumbs-up during a rally at the Four Seasons Arena at Montana ExpoPark in Great Falls Mont. Montana State Auditor Rosendale has

"But I say, how do you impeach somebody that's doing a great job, that hasn't done anything wrong?"

The president then told his supporters his impeachment would be their "fault" if they didn't go out and vote during November's midterm elections.

"If it does happen, it's your fault because you didn't go out to vote", Trump said. "By the way, we're impeaching him'".

"I believe that the Democratic Party wants to have the Mueller investigation hanging over President Trump's head", observes Abe Hamilton, general counsel for the American Family Association and a former assistant district attorney.

Trump has shown increasing concern about the stakes for Republicans and, by extension, himself in the elections that will determine political control of Congress for the next two years.

If the probe ends without a criminal prosecution of Trump, Hamilton says, there will be many Democrats who will be disappointed.

"If I ever got impeached, I think the market would crash, I think everybody would be very poor, " Trump said. "You know why? Because people get it, they really get it".

Of course, impeachment wasn't the only thing on Trump's mind on Thursday.

Trump said the inquiry should have been wrapped up a "long time ago". "All while this anonymous figure hides behind the liberal New York Times", he added. "They're the ones who have been driven insane".

Trump said during an August interview with "Fox and Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt that the market would crash if he were forced out of office. " Trump wrote, after first saying that if the person were real, he or she would be committing "treason".

White House officials contend the Supreme Court was a powerful motivator for Republican base voters in 2016, when Trump won the White House, and they're seeking to capitalize on Kavanaugh's nomination to help overcome an enthusiasm gap with Democrats. "This coward should do the right thing and resign".

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