Trump: ‘Unreal’ enthusiasm, knowledge and love at rally

Trump: ‘Unreal’ enthusiasm, knowledge and love at rally
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump opens new line of impeachment attack for Democrats Bloomberg to spend 0M on anti-Trump ads in battleground states New witness claims first-hand account of Trump's push for Ukraine probes MORE in an early morning tweet on Sunday described the “enthusiasm, knowledge and love” at a campaign-style rally in Michigan as “unreal.”

“Great evening last night in Washington, Michigan. The enthusiasm, knowledge and love in that room was unreal,” he wrote.

“To the many thousands of people who couldn’t get in, I cherish you....and will be back!”

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Trump said at a rally in Washington, Mich., Saturday evening that he could face impeachment if Republicans lose the House majority in the midterm elections.

“We have to keep the House because if we listen to Maxine WatersMaxine Moore WatersHouse passes Ex-Im Bank reboot bill opposed by White House, McConnell White House, McConnell come out against House bill on Ex-Im Bank Divides over China, fossil fuels threaten House deal to reboot Ex-Im Bank MORE, she’s going around saying ‘We will impeach him,’ ” Trump said.

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) often calls for Trump to resign or face impeachment.

House Minority Leader Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiPelosi: Trump tweets on Yovanovitch show his 'insecurity as an imposter' On The Money: Trump asks Supreme Court to block Dem subpoena for financial records | Kudlow 'very optimistic' for new NAFTA deal | House passes Ex-Im Bank bill opposed by Trump, McConnell Overnight Defense: Ex-Ukraine ambassador offers dramatic day of testimony | Talks of 'crisis' at State Department | Trump tweets criticism of envoy during hearing | Dems warn against 'witness intimidation' | Trump defends his 'freedom of speech' MORE (D-Calif.), however, has warned against Democratic impeachment efforts, saying they would end up harming the party before the midterms.

Trump in Michigan also threatened to "close down the country" unless Congress approves funding for his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and slammed Sen. Jon TesterJonathan (Jon) TesterTester: Our forefathers would not have tolerated Trump asking Ukraine to investigate Biden The Hill's Morning Report - Fallout from day one of Trump impeachment hearing Veterans face growing threat from online disinformation MORE (D-Mont.) for pushing allegations against Ronny Jackson, Trump’s former nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.

As the president discussed possible talks with North Korea, he was met with chants suggesting that he be given the Nobel Peace Prize.

"That's very nice, thank you. That's very nice," Trump replied to chants of "Nobel, Nobel, Nobel."

The rally came as journalists attended the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.

This is the second year the president has skipped the annual event, which brings together members of the media and government officials to raise money for scholarships.

"Is this better than that phony Washington White House Correspondents' Dinner? Is this more fun?" Trump asked the audience to uproarious applause.

"I could be up there smiling with these people, they hate your guts," Trump said.