Trump says he believes he'll win re-election in 2020

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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With special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation seemingly approaching its end, Mr Trump spoke of the "collusion delusion" and lashed out at newly empowered House Democrats who are opening new inquiries involving him.

President Donald Trump announced during his CPAC speech today he will sign an executive order requiring colleges to "support free speech". "I would like to watch television, darling", Trump said mockingly.

"If they want our dollars and we give it to them by the billions, they [have] got to allow people like Hayden and many other great young people...to speak", the president said.

"Wait 'til you see what happens when I do run", he said.

During his CPAC speech, the president declared that the days of America being placed last "are over", drawing "Trump" chants from the crowd.

"What we've done together has never been done in the history, may be of beyond our country".

House Democrats are undertaking several broad new investigations that reach far beyond Mr Mueller's focus on Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion between Russians and the Trump campaign. The president also has accused Mueller of having conflicts of interests for his close history with people such as former FBI Director James Comey.

Trump said the attack was "disgusting" and joked that, for the benefit of the media, he wouldn't wish similar treatment on the assailant.

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"He took a punch for all of us", said Trump. Watching the president, I tried to imagine one of the 2020 Democratic hopefuls sharing a stage with him-Beto O'Rourke, say, or Cory Booker. "Can you imagine if we left interest rates where they were?"

"Now we're waiting on a report and we'll find out whether or not and who we're dealing with", Trump said.

"[She recently said] I don't know how people are going to get to Hawaii [under the deal], but I'm in favor of the plan".

"They should work hard on", he continued.

The president later discussed his national emergency declaration and how some Republicans have said they're anxious about the precedent it sends to future Democratic presidents, but Trump said what's he's anxious about is murderers, cartels, drugs, and human traffickers coming into the U.S.

"Just for the media, I'm sure he's a lovely young man, just had a little temper tantrum", Trump said.

"We're being invaded by drugs, by criminals, by people, and we have to stop it", he declared. "The world respects our country again".

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