President Donald Trump mocked the “rules of MeToo” Wednesday night at a rally in Pennsylvania — taking a jab at the movement spotlighting sexual abuse.
The remarks came as Trump recounted his win of the state in the 2016 presidential election, CNN reported.
"Pennsylvania hasn't been won for many years by Republicans, but every Republican thinks they're going to win Pennsylvania. … I used an expression — you know, there's an expression but under the rules of MeToo I'm not allowed to use that expression anymore. I can't do it,” he said.
"It's the person that got away," Trump continued. "See, in the old days, it was a little different," he added, as some in the road urged him to "do it anyway."
"I would do it, except for these people up there," Trump said, pointing at the cameras and press. "They would say, did you hear what President Trump said?"
“So there is an expression, but we'll change the expression: Pennsylvania was always the person who got away, that's pretty good, right, the person that got away?"
Published at Thu, 11 Oct 2018 02:59:25 +0000