President Trump abruptly stopped his raucous rally in Pennsylvania Thursday night after a woman fainted in the front row; vowing to bring the GOP supporter on stage after she was “feeling better.”
The Commander-in-Chief was speaking before the packed audience on a host of issues when the woman passed-out; halting his address and asking if she was “okay” before medical attention arrived.
“We have to stick with our people that wait here for hours and hours,” said the President. “We’ve got to stick with our people, anybody in this front row has been here for many hours. Thank you.”
“Come back after you’re feeling better and we’ll bring her up here!” he added.
Watch the touching moment above.
CNN SNOWFLAKE: April Ryan Says Jim Acosta’s ‘LIFE IN JEOPARDY’ at Trump Rally
CNN’s April Ryan doubled-down on the defense of her network’s senior White House correspondent Thursday night, saying Jim Acosta’s “life was in jeopardy” at a recent Trump rally in Tampa, Florida.
Ryan was speaking with CNN’s Don Lemon when she weighed-in on the crowd’s anti-media chants, suggesting her network colleagues were in physical danger from GOP supporters attending the packed event.
April Ryan claims, "Jim Acosta's life, in my opinion, was in jeopardy … there was a safety issue." pic.twitter.com/nM1dFiJpn0
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) August 3, 2018
“That’s a serious moment and a serious place. And Jim Acosta’s life, in my opinion, was in jeopardy that night,” said Ryan, adding that the President “has stoked the flames for reporters to feel like they are in jeopardy.”
Acosta made national headlines this week after his fiery exchange with White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders; viciously attacking the President’s spokesperson after he complained about the “un-American” treatment from the administration.
'WE'RE BACK': Steelworker Brought to TEARS While Discussing President Trump
A steelworker in Granite City, Illinois became emotional when asked to comment on the President’s pro-America speech Thursday night; breaking down into tears and thanking Trump for “fighting for us.”
The unnamed worker was asked to comment on the Commander-in-Chief’s fiery remarks as left the rally, saying “it’s just nice to know that we have someone fighting for us.”
MUST-SEE: Steel Worker Brought to Tears While Talking About How Trump Has Helped American Workers https://t.co/bCDmcyBSFK
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 27, 2018
“This guy was stopped by a reporter on his way out, and he got emotional at the idea that jobs are coming back for the folks that live in that city,” said Fox. “What is the one thing you’ll take with you from his speech today?”
“Sounds like we’re going to do good. It’s just nice to know that we have someone fighting for us, to keep our jobs. It was rough for a lot of us,” said the steelworker. “We’re back.”