President Trump was on fire today during an event in West Virginia. This is the man we know and love! He unexpectedly tossed his prepared remarks at Thursday’s tax reform roundtable in West Virginia in the air on Thursday, quipping it was “boring”.

WFB reports:

Trump spoke for nearly 20 minutes at the outset of the event, touching on topics ranging from MS-13 to immigration laws to the states he carried in the 2016 election.

“I think with that, I’ll start. You know, this was going to be my remarks,” he said, holding up his one-page speech. “It would have taken about two minutes, but what the hell.”

“That would have been a little boring. Little boring,” he said. “I’m reading off the first paragraph. I said, ‘This is boring. Come on. We have to tell it like it is.'”

He ripped into Senator Joe Manchin for not supporting tax cuts: This is classic Trump. We remember this on the campaign trail.

“He votes against everything, and he voted against our tax cuts, and that was bad.”

“He does other things that I don’t like. I’ll be honest with you. He does other things. So, you’re going to have a chance to get a senator that’s going to vote our program, that’s going to help you in so many different ways, and you’re not getting that help right now.”

 


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