Trump has said, tweeted, and frankly done many disturbing things during his first 100 days in Office. But none as disturbing to what he said during his “victory” speech in the Rose Garden of the White House.
“This is a great plan. I actually think it will get even better,” Trump said on Thursday after the House voted to repeal Obamacare. Trump told the audience at the press conference in the Rose Garden of the White House, “make no mistake this is a repeal and replacement of ObamaCare. Make no mistake.”
Trump was celebrating, and before that, even beer was being spotted rolling into Capitol Hill.
Cases upon cases of beer just rolled into the Capitol on a cart covered in a sheet. Spotted Bud Light peeking out from the sheet
— Alexandra Jaffe (@ajjaffe) May 4, 2017
Trump continued in his speech to congratulate the Republicans. “We have an amazing group of people standing behind me,” referring to the House Republicans who helped him pass the legislation that stole healthcare from millions of American people.
Trump said that he is “confident” that the bill will pass in the Senate. “Premiums will be going down, deductibles will be going down and ultimately that’s what’s it all about,” Trump said to the enthusiastic crowd. “We want to brag about the plan. We just want to talk about how good the plan is,” Trump uttered in typical fascist fashion.
Trump also said that this event has brought the GOP closer together and even used the word “bond.” “The groups have come together in the last three of four days. This has really brought the Republican Party together.”
Trump had the Republicans laughing and clapping as he gave his speech. “How am I doing?” he asked himself. “I’m president! Can you believe it?”
No, we sure can’t.
Watch the full speech below.