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Trump Can Only Think About Himself After Town Hall Fans Pass Out


Three days after almost a dozen people were treated for heat-related symptoms at a town hall meeting he held in Arizona in record-breaking heat, Trump joked to a crowd in Las Vegas at a similarly hot gathering that no one cares about him.

“They never talk about me.” “This is making me sweat like a dog,” he said. “The Secret Service told us to keep everyone safe.” “What about me?” I asked. That was something we never thought of. They don’t think about me. I have a lot of work to do. “I am working hard.”

On Sunday, the temperature in Las Vegas stayed around 100 degrees. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, at least one person fell down at the outdoor gathering. People nearby yelled for help, and an agent from the Secret Service ran over to help.

The former president, who was wearing a sports jacket and a red MAGA hat, had just said, “It’s 110 degrees, but it doesn’t feel like that to me.”

Eleven people who had been waiting in line for hours in the hot sun to see Trump talk were taken to the hospital after the medical incidents in Arizona. Local fire officials said that their care was just for safety’s sake. The Trump team worked quickly to get ready for Las Vegas. They hired more medics, made thousands of water bottles, and set up misting fans and cooling stations all around the venue, according to the Associated Press.

The former president told people in the crowd who were feeling sick from the heat to get help. “Let me know if anyone gets tired,” he told them. “And we have people here in case anyone goes down or if you start going down.” They’ll come get you right away. “They are going to throw water.”

Even more than normal, the former president spoke off the cuff and brought up teleprompters more than once. He said they weren’t working at the rally.

He moaned, “I pay all this money to teleprompter people, and I’d say 20% of the time they don’t work.” “The thing is being waved around; can’t they tie it a little tighter?” We’re all in this together, it’s a mess!”

Just like he always does, Trump also called out his “J6 warriors” and praised them for hitting the U.S. Capitol with courage in his name.

In spite of being fighters, he said, “They were really victims of what happened more than anything else.” “The police tell you to go in.” “That was such a set-up.”

Also, the former president had a lot to say about his recent legal problems. He complained that he was being “indicted, indicted, and indicted again” all over the country “like a ping-pong ball.” He was found guilty last month in New York of 34 counts of forging business records. He is now facing more criminal charges in Florida, Georgia, and Washington, D.C.

Trump said on Sunday, “A disgrace, a disgrace.” When asked about the special counsel who was prosecuting him on federal charges of mishandling classified papers, he called him “a dumb son of a bitch.”

He also said he would make a rule that would keep service workers’ tips from being taxed, and later he wrote a long post on his Truth Social account about it.

“Tips shouldn’t be taxed because that’s what I thought, and I will do it RIGHT AWAY when I get back to the White House,” he wrote.

“Biden could never and will never do what I want him to do. Just like he never did Student Loan Forgiveness.” Biden only talks and doesn’t do anything.

This is his first gathering since being found guilty, and it’s in Nevada, a swing state. The ex-president started a fundraising drive after being found guilty, which he talked about a lot on Sunday.

He was talking about the $141 million that his campaign and the Republican National Committee said they raised in May. He called it the “biggest fundraiser in one week than anyone has ever had.” His campaign said that a big chunk of the money that came in was given to him in the 24 hours after the New York decision.

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