United States President Donald Trump mocks #MeToo campaign at election rally


US President Donald Trump has mocked the #MeToo movement as he intensified his criticism of the campaign against sexual harassment and assault, which almost hit his Supreme Court pick Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Instead, Trump changed the expression to "The person who got away". Trump was likely referring to a Frank Sinatra song titled The Gal That Got Away, which was his cover of a song called The Man That Got Away from a 1954 film, according to HuffPost.

The president commented that Pennsylvania was considered the state that Republicans always tried to win in presidential elections, reminding supporters that they helped him win the state.

Trump defended his presence at the rally, saying there were "thousands of people" lined up and waiting to hear him speak. "They would say 'Did you hear what President Trump said?' 'Did you hear what he said?'"

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Some analysts said the court's reputation could suffer as it becomes perceived as a political, rather than a legal, institution. Kavanaugh is accompanied by his wife Ashley Kavanaugh, third from left, and children Margaret, second from left, and Liza.

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The lights appeared as it got dark at 1630 GMT (1930 local time) and shortly afterwards they were seen rippling across the sky. SpaceX had previously flown first-stage rockets back to land after Florida launches but had not done so on the West Coast.

"That's pretty good, right?" he asked.

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During the 2016 presidential campaign, at least 13 women accused Donald Trump of misbehaviour, ranging from sexual harassment to sexual assault.

"In the meantime, we have it very well covered in Florida, from the White House, from here, from what's on the plane and we'll be back very shortly", he said. You can do anything.