At a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, last week, President Donald Trump attacked Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts) for her “fresh mouth.”

Trump also had a dig at South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

The president cracked crude jokes at the expense of his opponents much to the applause and  delight of the crowd.

The president referred to Warren as “Pocahontas,” a nod to her claiming Native American ancestry. Besides belittling her lineage, the president attacked her “fresh mouth.”

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“She’s starting to crash again,” Trump said of Warren. “You know, I thought I knocked her down, I did that heavy, heavy Pocahontas deal.”

“I give her credit, I thought she was left for, I mean, there were, like, just little embers,” Trump continued. “And then she rose, she rose, and she became strong, but then she opened that fresh mouth of hers and it stopped. It stopped. We destroyed her too fast. So she came back. But she’s going back down again.”

He then mocked Warren for a video she released that featured the senator and her husband, Bruce Mann, having a beer.

“That’s her husband, he’s supposed to be living in the house,” Trump said, and added, “I don’t think she’s seen him in 10 years.”

“‘Hey, I have an idea, can I get a beer? Let’s get a beer,’” Trump mimicked. “She wants to be one of the group. Hey, let’s get a beer. Did you ever see such a phony disgusting deal?”

Trump took a brief detour into insulting Buttigieg, whom he referred to as “Alfred E. Neuman.” Trump mocked with an exaggerated pronunciation of his actual name, then said, “I dream about him. It’s true.”

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