President Trump addressed the crowd at the Nevada GOP convention.
Talking about a multitude of current political topics, Trump also addressed the local race. The highlight of his speech was the christening of a new nickname for the Senate Democratic candidate Jacky Rosen.
As reported by thehill.com
President Trump slammed the Democratic lawmaker challenging Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) on Saturday, dubbing Rep. Jacky Rosen (D-Nev.) "Wacky Jacky" in a fiery campaign speech.
In a speech at the Nevada state GOP convention, Trump attacked Rosen for campaigning with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D), whom he again used the racially-charged nickname "Pocahontas" to describe.
"[Heller's] opponent wants to raise taxes," Trump said, to boos. "She wants to raise taxes, think of it. I mean, it's ridiculous. Should I mention her name?"
"I have a great nickname for her," Trump added. "Wacky Jacky. You don't want her as your senator."
"Wacky Jacky is campaigning with Pocahontas, you believe this? In your state!" he added.
Trump has consistently gone after Elizabeth Warren with the nickname "Pocahontas" due to the Senator claiming she is Native American. She of course has never offered anything to validate this claim, and offended many Native Americans by claiming their heritage for political purposes. President Trump has received blow back from using the name in the past, but it hasn't stopped him from using it so far.
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