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By Sarah Pulliam Bailey
President Trump appeared to mock Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) and her late husband, former congressman John Dingell (D-Mich.), during a speech Wednesday in their home state, suggesting that the World War II veteran and former congressman was “looking up” from hell.
Trump told a rally in Battle Creek, Mich., that Debbie Dingell had thanked him for providing “A-plus treatment” after her husband’s death in February, such as ordering that flags be flown at half-staff. Trump said she told him that her late husband was “looking down.”
“Maybe he’s looking up,” Trump said, drawing some jeers and groans. “Maybe, but let’s assume he’s looking down.”
The comment came shortly after Debbie Dingell, who now holds her late husband’s seat, voted in favor of impeaching the president.
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