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Trump Bosses Townhall Meeting With CNN Reporter – ‘You’re A Nasty Person’

During a Townhall event in New Hampshire, former President Donald Trump engaged in a heated dialogue with CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, brushing aside her politically charged and seemingly outdated questions, much to the delight of the audience in attendance.

Trump often addressed the audience directly on the provocative subjects Collins repeatedly brought up throughout the evening, much to her visible frustration.

CNN reporter starts with the 2020 Election results

This highly anticipated Townhall event seemed to have been a positive outing for the former president, despite Collins’s efforts to bring up a sequence of controversial topics and arguably antiquated leftist narratives.

The event was initiated by Collins, centering her attention on the previous election and allegations of electoral fraud.

Trump clarified that he holds the Constitution in high regard, underlining the necessity of adhering to its principles.

Trump highlights disaster at the border

“We have elections. We have open borders, look at what’s happening on our southern border,” Trump said, shifting the focus to more urgent matters, such as illegal immigration, as Collins continued to press him on the 2020 presidential election.

“They’re being released from prisons. They’re being released from mental institutions, and we have millions of people pouring into our country, and now they’re getting rid of Title 42, which I put on,” Trump continued.

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Collins presses Trump on January 6

Collins then moved on to another popular topic among leftists: January 6.

“Do you have any regrets about your actions on January 6?” she asked.

Trump responded by providing a detailed account of how the day unfolded.

“I said, walk peacefully and patriotically, you know, many different things. In fact, I brought a list of things — I don’t want to bore the audience, but we can go sentence after sentence after sentence of things,” Trump responded.

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Trump says he offered extra security for January 6

Furthermore, the former president mentioned that Democrats, including former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whom Trump labeled “Crazy Nancy,” declined his offer for extra security.

“I offered them National Guard, I said. We’ll give you soldiers. We’ll give you a National Guard. We’ll give you whatever you want. And they turned me down. Yeah. And in fact, she turned me down in writing. They turned me down,” Trump said.

Trump provides visible evidence of January 6 claims

He then showcased evidence, literally producing pieces of paper and reading exactly what he wrote that day and at what time — a move that elicited cheers from the audience.

“On January 5, the day before, I said please support our Capitol police and law enforcement. They are truly on the side of our country. Stay peaceful. Stay peaceful. This was the day before, and this was in the form of Twitter — now use Truth. Truth Social– I think it’s far superior,” Trump said.

Trump flipped the script, highlighting the officer who shot Ashli Babbitt that day.

“A person named Ashli Babbitt was killed. She shouldn’t have been killed, and that thug who killed her – there was no reason to shoot her,” he said.

“She was a good person. She was a patriot.”

When Trump was asked if he would pardon the January 6 rioters, including members of the Proud Boys, he responded, arguing that obtaining a fair trial in Washington DC is as challenging as in New York City, as he had recently experienced.

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Trump addresses Carroll’s allegations using hilarious parody

Following this, Collins shifted her focus to the E. Jean Carroll verdict and the conclusion drawn by the Manhattan jury.

Yet again, Trump emphatically denied the allegations of sexual abuse.

“This woman, I don’t know her. I never met her. I have no idea who she is. I had a picture taken years ago with her and her husband, who was a newscaster — very nice man,” he said.

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Much to the amusement of many in the audience, Trump then parodied Carroll’s allegations.

“And this is when I met her, and I was immediately attracted to her, and she was immediately attracted” to me, Trump quipped. “And we had this crowded department store. We had this great chemistry.”

Trump proceeded to narrate the story, highlighting the absurdity of the claims through his engaging parody.

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Trump addresses the matter of classified documents

Trump’s commanding presence throughout the night could perhaps be best captured towards the end of the event when Collins tried to school Trump on the Presidential Records Act.

“I have every right, to under the Presidential Records Act,” Trump asserted regarding the documents he possessed, highlighting that several other past leaders have also retained documents — including President Biden, who has boxes of them.

“The vice president cannot declassify. He didn’t have the right to declassify. He has documents from when he was a senator,” Trump noted.

“That’s the question that investigators have, I think, is why you held on to those documents when you knew the federal government was seeking them and then had given you a subpoena to return,” Collins pressed on, consistently attempting to interrupt Trump.

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Trump shuts down Collin’s – ‘You are a nasty person’

“Can I talk?” he asked.

“Yeah, what’s the answer,” Collins retorted.

“Do you mind?” Trump inquired.

“I would like for you to answer,” she retorted, interrupting Trump again with a sarcastic addition, “That’s why I asked it.”

“It’s very simple– you are a nasty person, ok?” Trump fired back after the CNN moderator’s remark, triggering cheers and laughter from the audience.

At the end of the town hall event, Trump engaged with the audience, nonchalantly disregarding a visibly frustrated Collins.

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