Sen. Blumenthal: Trump's Obsession With Me Is A Distraction From Russia

President Donald Trump laced into Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal for his Vietnam war'lies after Blumenthal brought up'potential collusion with Russia

Donald Trump attacks 'phony' Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal over Russian collusion claims

Senator Richard Blumenthal spoke with Wolf Blitzer on Monday, where he gave his first reaction to the latest blistering attack against him from President Trump.

Since Sen. Richard Blumenthal represents CT rather than Wyoming or West Virginia, his denouncing President Trump and being denounced by the president in turn can only build support for him in his home state, where the president is poorly regarded.

Meanwhile, let's talk about Democratic [Connecticut] Senator Richard Blumenthal because he was talking about the president and his concern for the Russia Investigation.

Never in US history has anyone lied or defrauded votes like Senator Richard Blumenthal. He told stories about his Vietnam battles and.... "He cried like a baby and begged for forgiveness like a child", Trump wrote.

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Blumenthal says the law will take effect even without President Trump's signature, as long as it's not vetoed by the president.

Blumenthal appeared on CNN for a second time on Monday, just minutes after Trump's afternoon tweet, and argued that the attacks are a distraction from the Russian Federation investigation and issues of national security. Trump's tweets may have had something to do with remarks the senator made on CNN that morning.

Blumenthal touted his bipartisan legislation that would prevent Trump from firing Mueller, calling it necessary to protect the special counsel from the White House.

Trump's digs are a reference to Blumenthal's past misrepresentations about his service during the Vietnam era.

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Trump had five deferments of his own during the Vietnam War, "four for college, one for bad feet.", as a headline in the Times reported previous year. "No one is above the law", he tweeted.

Just two hours later, according to the same AP story, Trump told the crowd gathered at a rally that he wasn't ready to change."I just don't know if I want to do it yet", Trump said.

Trump's allegations, ironically, stem from a 2010 article in the New York Times, a publication he has repeatedly denounced as "fake news". Gorsuch later confirmed the Blumenthal account.

"We have learned something important since the days that I served in Vietnam", he said at another event in 2008. Since the arrival of Kelly, who joined Trump in Bedminster over the weekend, the president has continued to be active on Twitter. Several years prior, at a rally in 2003, Senator Blumenthal addressed the crowd by saying, "When we returned, we saw nothing like this". Repeating his attacks, Trump accused Blumenthal of devising "one of the greatest military frauds in USA history" and argued that the senator "should be investigated for his acts".

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"The Malkins and Trump were very much rivals over the Empire State building", said Peter Slatin, a specialist in the NY commercial real estate market. And uh, they simply reinforce, in fact, the need in my view for special counsel legislation.

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