WASHINGTON – President Trump capitalized on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent America “was never that great” gaffe by telling voters at a rally in West Virginia Tuesday that Democrats now have a new slogan.
“Tell that to our great soldiers at World War I, World War II, Korean War, so many others,” Trump said in Charleston, W.Va.
“…His comments are an insult to the generations of brave Americans whose blood, and sweat and tears built our magnificent country,” Trump said.
The crowd booed at Trump’s mention of Cuomo, who shockingly declared last week at a bill signing ceremony: “We’re not going to make America great again. It was never that great.”
Trump said Cuomo’s statement was “career threatening.” It was so bad that Cuomo even shocked his audience that was “loaded up with socialists and probably others,” Trump said. “No, not communists, but there could have been a couple of them, too.”
“They couldn’t even believe it!” Trump said, as he reenacted the crowd’s audible groans.
Cuomo later said the remark was “inartful.”
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