President Trump was in his element Wednesday night at a rally in Duluth, Minn., where supporters cheered him on as he blasted illegal immigration, praised his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, promoted his new "Space Force" and mocked protesters.
In the roughly one-hour rally, the president jumped from topic to topic, as he often does, lightly touching on his decision earlier in the day to temporarily end family separation at the border. Mr. Trump said the U.S. will still be "tough" at the border, despite that policy change by executive order, a policy change Mr. Trump had said only days ago couldn't be done by executive order.
Mr. Trump also reiterated his claim that he will halt foreign aid to countries from which people immigrate illegally.
"They're not sending their finest," Mr. Trump said. "We're sending them the hell back. That's what we're doing."
In his wide-ranging speech, the president also blasted one protester for having long hair, saying he couldn't tell if the person was a man or a woman. He mocked another protester saying, "Goodbye, darling, goodbye, darling," and telling the individual to go home to "mommy."
The energetic crowd loved Mr. Trump's monologue.
"By the way, is there anything more fun than a Trump rally?" the president said at one point.
The president did not mention the GOP primary for governor, as some thought he might. He did praise GOP congressional hopeful Pete Stauber, running in Minnesota's 8th Congressional District.