President Donald Trump has mocked the so-called "elite" at a campaign rally and boasted of his own wealth, despite riding to power in 2016 on an anti-establishment ticket.
Trump is telling a rowdy crowd of supporters in Duluth, Minnesota, "We're going to keep families together but the border's going to be just as tough as it's been".
Lynn McHale also is taking criticism for these tweets involving the ongoing controversy over children being separated from their parents at the United States' border.
Trump is continuing to rail against Democrats, claiming they don't care about the negative effects of illegal immigration. "Because he needs a haircut more than I do", Trump said.
During the rally, Trump also praised North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, predicting he'll "turn that country into a great, successful country", blamed Sen.
From there, President Trump will hold a roundtable event with about a dozen elected officials as well as representatives from the mining and steel industry.
"It's not working", he said, calling the alleged bias "disgusting".
Asked whether he was responsible for destroying Hillary Clinton's chances of becoming president - due to his handling of the investigation into her use of a private email server - he said: "I hope not". Trump wondered. "I have a much better apartment than they do".