Trump invokes ‘socialist nightmare’ ahead of 2020

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U.S. President Donald Trump rallied right-wing activists Saturday, offering conservative red meat on immigration, trade and the threat of "socialism" as he sought to move on from a bruising week in domestic and global politics. "He's going to be a very wealthy young man".

Trump says his unnamed non-friend "chokes" whenever he has to make a speech to nine or more people, because of a fear of public speaking, even though "he kills people for a living, meaning mentally and financially".

Trump made his remarks at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference after bringing to the stage Hayden Williams, a conservative activist who was punched at the University of California, Berkeley, last month while recruiting students for a conservative group.

While the crowded field of Democratic presidential hopefuls includes progressives like Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker, there are no shortage of moderate establishment hopefuls such as former Vice President Joe Biden, who is widely expected to join the race. I think again in 2020.

Trump says that the CPAC people are probably thinking they're getting a lot more than they bargained for today. "So, if you hear tomorrow when [the headlines] read, 'people left, ' nobody left early".

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Trump's face perspired as he lashed out at critics after a stressful week during which his former lawyer Michael Cohen accused the president in congressional testimony of breaking the law.

The U.S. Justice Department filed a statement of interest in 2018 in a free speech lawsuit filed against the University of California, Berkeley, accusing the school of discriminating against speakers with conservative views. He went into a meeting and said, 'We're going to look into his finances.' I said, 'Where did that come from?' He always talked about Russian Federation, collusion with Russian Federation.

Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher, reporting from Oxon Hill, Maryland said the conference "is really about Donald Trump energising his base".

The president repeatedly said that Mr Mueller had "never received a vote", nor had Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mr Mueller to his position.

The president is known for going off script during his speeches, and he did so on Saturday. "And when I look at what is happening on the other side, I encourage it".