‘Go home, start exercising’: Trump blasts protester for having ‘a serious weight problem’ as he kicks him out of his New Hampshire rally
- Donald Trump revved up a crowd in New Hampshire on Thursday night with searing attacks on into his political opponents
- At one point a protester interrupted the president’s rally to which Trump told the crowd: ‘That guy’s got a serious weight problem’
- He then told the man as he was being escorted out to ‘go home, start exercising’
- Trump himself was officially deemed obese in February after a physical examination found he weighed 243lbs, standing at 6ft 3in
Donald Trump is notorious for name calling, mocking and delivering low blows to his adversaries.
But in an unprecedented jab at a protester Thursday night, the president said in front of a revved up crowed in New Hampshire: ‘That guy’s got a serious weight problem. Go home, start exercising.’
Moments later the president ordered to ‘get him out of here’ and as the man was being escorted from the rally, Trump said, ‘he has a bigger problem than I do, he’s got a bigger problem than all of us’.
But Trump appears to be throwing stones at glass houses, considering he himself is medically obese, standing 6ft 3in and tipping the scale at 243lbs – four pounds more than his physical examination the year prior.
Donald Trump told a protester in front of a revved up crowed in New Hampshire Thursday night: ‘That guy’s got a serious weight problem. Go home, start exercising.’
Protesters (pictured) held signs opposing Trump at his rally Thursday night. A supporter is seen trying to rip the banner away from them
Trump’s previous doctor in 2018 put him on a diet and exercise regimen that was intended to help him lose 10 – 15 pounds over the course of the year.
Trump – who notoriously loves fast good – was officially deemed obese in February after a physical examination found he weighed 243lbs, standing at 6ft 3in,
He gained four pounds, instead, after failing to ‘religiously’ follow it, his physical revealed in February.
The president is known for indulging in greasy fast food including KFC and McDonald’s.
And in typical Trump fashion, he continued Thursday’s rally with searing attacks on into his political opponents.
He blasted the Green New Deal and Democrats competing for his job in the opening minutes of the Manchester rally.
The president has held back at times on unleashing on the group but revived slams on Elizabeth Warren for her native American heritage scandal ‘Pocahontas’ and ‘Sleepy Joe Biden’ for his small crowds and lagging campaign schedule.
‘What about a Sleepy Joe Biden rally? Right? Boy, he’s made some beauties. I sort of hope it’s him. I don’t mind any of them. You got Pocahontas, who’s rising. You’ve got Kamala. Kamala is falling. You got Beto. Beto is like gone,’ he said, whirling his finger.
The president said: ‘I don’t know that it matters. But whoever it is, different, different people. But I don’t know, I think Sleepy Joe may be able to limp across the finish line. Might be. But today they announced that they’re going to cut way back on his appearances because he is such a disaster they’re going to have fewer appearances.
‘You heard this, right? They’re going to cut way back on his appearances. Can you believe it? If I ever did that, it would be over! The fake news would get us. And we don’t let them get us. And it is fake,’ he argued.
Trump revved up a crowd of supporters (pictured) in New Hampshire on Thursday night with searing attacks on into his political opponents
A small group of protesters were removed as President Trump rallied with supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire
Trump was rallying his supporters at SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire. He said in a radio interview Thursday morning that 12,000 people have requested tickets. The arena would be over capacity, if that many people showed.
Trump rallied supporters in the same arena, when it went by a different name, in his first campaign for president. He memorably called Texas Sen. Ted Cruz a p***y’ at the event at the height of an ugly personal dispute
The president won the Republican primary for the presidency in the state in 2016. He lost the general election to Hillary Clinton later that year and is determined to turn the Granite State red in the next national election.