Unbeknownst to Trump during his lengthy speech in Bemidji, history pivots


September 24, 2020

President Trump filled 4,000 chairs at an event at the Bemidji airport, on a night when American politics changed again. Photo by Molly Korzenowski/Minnesota Reformer.

BEMIDJI - During President Trump's rambling two hour speech in an airport hangar here in which he praised confederate general Robert E. Lee, bemoaned his own fate of having to make speeches in places like Bemidji, Minn., and played the usual favorites ("Lock her up!"), he also got around to the Supreme Court

"The next (president) will have anywhere from one to four. That will totally change when you talk about life, Second Amendment, when you talk about things that are so important to you. You're going to be stuck for 30 years, 45 years. This is going to be the most important election in the history of our country," he said.

The news of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death became public during Trump's speech.



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