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Alice Munro wows thousands after creating an incredibly realistic cake looks like raw chicken breast

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A talented home baker has wowed the internet after creating incredible sponge cakes that looks indistinguishable from actual chicken breasts.

Grandmother-of-10 Alice Munro, from Tasmania, carefully constructed layers of vanilla cakes with fondant to make it look identical to raw chicken- all while ensuring her dessert tasted delicious despite what it may look like.

The 52-year-old – who gets her baking inspiration from YouTube and Facebook – used a $3.50 cake mix, choc chips, cream, yellow, orange and red food colourings, glucose and vodka to replicate the protein.

A talented home baker has wowed the internet after creating incredible sponge cakes that looks indistinguishable from actual chicken breasts

A talented home baker has wowed the internet after creating incredible sponge cakes that looks indistinguishable from actual chicken breasts

A talented home baker has wowed the internet after creating incredible sponge cakes that looks indistinguishable from actual chicken breasts 

Alice Munro (pictured with her husband Mick), constructed a vanilla cake to make it look identical to raw chicken breasts

Alice Munro (pictured with her husband Mick), constructed a vanilla cake to make it look identical to raw chicken breasts

Alice Munro (pictured with her husband Mick), constructed a vanilla cake to make it look identical to raw chicken breasts

The mother-of-three said the idea to whip up the optical-illusion chicken cakes came to mind after she stumbled across a video from Ben Cullen, otherwise known as The Bake King, who’s known for baking cakes that look like realistic objects.

‘I saw these chicken breasts and thought “I’ve got to do this”. It looks so cool. I thought it was funny,’ she told Daily Mail Australia.

Once the cakes are baked, she carefully trimmed the sponges into the size of a chicken breast.

‘I just had to shape them, and cut layers into the sponge,’ she said.

Ms Munro said the cakes – who cost around $10 to make – took her just one-and-a-half hours to bake and assemble. 

‘I just had leftover ganache from an avocado cake I made the day before. I rolled out white fondant, used a bit of yellow and orange colourings to create that marble, and used an air brush to create the bloody skin look,’ she explained.

‘I used a bit of the white fondant to make the fatty bits. To create that shiny look, I mixed a little bit of glucose and a little bit of vodka and used a brush to paint over the fondant.’

She covered the layers of cakes with ganache using a palette knife, and then she placed aside to set.

‘To make the ganache, I just used 200 grams of choc chips, warm that up and added half a cup of cream,’ Ms Munro said.

The 52-year-old whipped up layer cakes that you'd have to cut into to really believe they're made of fondant, ganache and vanilla sponge cake

The 52-year-old whipped up layer cakes that you'd have to cut into to really believe they're made of fondant, ganache and vanilla sponge cake

The 52-year-old whipped up layer cakes that you’d have to cut into to really believe they’re made of fondant, ganache and vanilla sponge cake 

She used red and yellow food colourings to create the raw chicken skin, and a bit of vodka with glucose for the 'shiny look'

She used red and yellow food colourings to create the raw chicken skin, and a bit of vodka with glucose for the 'shiny look'

She used red and yellow food colourings to create the raw chicken skin, and a bit of vodka with glucose for the ‘shiny look’

Once set, Ms Munro rolled out the fondant until it’s large enough to wrap over the three cakes. She gently placed the fondant over the breasts, and sculpt it into shape.

She trimmed off the excess fondant, and used a brush to create the pinkish, bloody looking chicken pieces.

‘It was so easy to make. It came out beautiful, I loved this cook,’ she said. 

She shared her spectacular creation in a Facebook group, with the captions: ‘I’m going to a BBQ today. I’m bringing dessert (my chicken breast cakes)’.

Her post was quickly divided, with many saying they were amazed with her realistic looking dessert,while others were ‘offended’ by her creation.

‘I’m really proud of my cooking. It really was a fun, silly cake to make,’ she said.

‘But unfortunately, some were offended, I got a few awful comments – it went from “wow” to “gross”. I wasn’t doing it to upset anyone, I just thought it was funny and my kids loved it. I was only playing around because I love baking different things.’

Ms Munro said while the cake tasted delicious, her daughter couldn’t look past the ‘raw’ chicken breasts.

‘My daughter was like “I’m sorry mum, I can’t eat it,’ she said, laughing.

‘When my husband Mick came into the kitchen, I had the cakes on the bench and he said he needed to put them in the fridge because it made his tummy churn.’

For first time home bakers, Ms Munro said: ‘No matter what people say, if you want to make something even if you don’t have any skills, everything is on YouTube and Google.

Once the cakes are baked, she carefully trimmed the sponges into the size of a chicken breast

Once the cakes are baked, she carefully trimmed the sponges into the size of a chicken breast

Once the cakes are baked, she carefully trimmed the sponges into the size of a chicken breast

She covered the layers of cakes with ganache using a palette knife and ensure they are shaped into the size of chicken breasts, before rolling fondant over them

She covered the layers of cakes with ganache using a palette knife and ensure they are shaped into the size of chicken breasts, before rolling fondant over them

She covered the layers of cakes with ganache using a palette knife and ensure they are shaped into the size of chicken breasts, before rolling fondant over them

The day earlier, Ms Munro made a cake that looks exactly like an avocado. She had leftover ganache to make the chicken breasts

The day earlier, Ms Munro made a cake that looks exactly like an avocado. She had leftover ganache to make the chicken breasts

The day earlier, Ms Munro made a cake that looks exactly like an avocado. She had leftover ganache to make the chicken breasts

Last month, Ms Munro wowed thousands of home bakers after creating optical-illusion ‘sponge’ cakes that look just like a dishwashing cleaning product.

‘I like to make look-a-like [object] cakes and I love trying different things. I got the idea in a Facebook group so I googled “dishwashing sponge cake”, watched a few tutorials and decided I’d give it a go,’ she said.

‘It wasn’t complicated at all. I just used a vanilla sponge cake mix, and poured it into two cake tins – coloured one yellow and the other green. I added yellow colouring to the buttercream so I could use to stick the sponges together.’ 

And it isn’t the first time Ms Munro has impressed home bakers with her realistic looking cake. In February 2019, she baked a cake to make it look exactly like a KFC bucket meal with fries.

She said the impressive creation took her five to six hours to make to ensure it looked like the real deal.

Last month, Ms Munro wowed thousands of home bakers after creating optical-illusion 'sponge' cakes that look just like a dishwashing cleaning product

Last month, Ms Munro wowed thousands of home bakers after creating optical-illusion 'sponge' cakes that look just like a dishwashing cleaning product

Last month, Ms Munro wowed thousands of home bakers after creating optical-illusion ‘sponge’ cakes that look just like a dishwashing cleaning product 

In February 2019, Ms Munro wowed thousands of people after sharing a seemingly innocent snap of a 'KFC meal' (pictured) on social media. It was actually a carefully constructed cake - only the chip box, Pepsi label and sauce packets are real

In February 2019, Ms Munro wowed thousands of people after sharing a seemingly innocent snap of a 'KFC meal' (pictured) on social media. It was actually a carefully constructed cake - only the chip box, Pepsi label and sauce packets are real

In February 2019, Ms Munro wowed thousands of people after sharing a seemingly innocent snap of a ‘KFC meal’ (pictured) on social media. It was actually a carefully constructed cake – only the chip box, Pepsi label and sauce packets are real

‘The chicken pieces are mud cake dipped in white chocolate and rolled in crushed cornflakes,’ she previously told FEMAIL.

‘The bucket is made of vanilla sponge cake. I used Bakels white fondant to cover the cake and attached an edible image around the cake as I have my own edible printer.’

To make the chips as realistic as possible, Ms Munro used an original chip box from the fast food chain.

She then stuffed it with paper towel so that she could position the yellow fondant fries which have been airbrushed with a light dusting of yellow/brown colouring.

‘For the Pepsi bottle I used an actual bottle as a chocolate mould and used the Pepsi wrapper to go back around it,’ she said.

She used three vanilla cakes placed on top of each other with chocolate icing acting as the glue to keep them together.

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Border Force cops and US Homeland Security agents swarm home in country NSW

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A man has been arrested after Border Force officers and US Homeland Security agents swarmed a home in country New South Wales.

The man, 36, wore a black Adidas shirt and dark sunglasses as he was spoken to by authorities outside a home at South Bathurst just after 6am on Wednesday.

The search is related to the alleged importation of illegal firearm parts and drug manufacturing equipment into Australia from US, Hong Kong, China, Germany and Japan. 

During the search warrant and a customs search a suspicious substance was found inside the home.

Fire and hazmat crews are now at the scene investigating.

The man, 36, wore a black Adidas shirt and dark sunglasses as he was spoken to by the Australian Border Force at a home at South Bathurst just after 6am on Wednesday

The man, 36, wore a black Adidas shirt and dark sunglasses as he was spoken to by the Australian Border Force at a home at South Bathurst just after 6am on Wednesday

The man, 36, wore a black Adidas shirt and dark sunglasses as he was spoken to by the Australian Border Force at a home at South Bathurst just after 6am on Wednesday

An agent from the United States Homeland Security Investigations waits outside the home in South Bathurst where a suspicious substance was found during a search

An agent from the United States Homeland Security Investigations waits outside the home in South Bathurst where a suspicious substance was found during a search

An agent from the United States Homeland Security Investigations waits outside the home in South Bathurst where a suspicious substance was found during a search

The man’s arrest comes after a joint investigation between the New South Wales Police Force, Australian Border Force and United States Homeland Security Investigations.

The operation is also being assisted Chifley Police District, the Dog Unit, and Western Region Operations Support Group. 

The man was served with Firearms and Weapons Prohibition Orders before being arrested and taken to Bathurst Police Station, where he is expected to be charged. 

Border Force officers were seen searching the home following an investigation with New South Wales Police Force and United States Homeland Security Investigations

Border Force officers were seen searching the home following an investigation with New South Wales Police Force and United States Homeland Security Investigations

Border Force officers were seen searching the home following an investigation with New South Wales Police Force and United States Homeland Security Investigations

The man was served with Firearms and Weapons Prohibition Orders before being arrested and taken to Bathurst Police Station, where he is expected to be charged

The man was served with Firearms and Weapons Prohibition Orders before being arrested and taken to Bathurst Police Station, where he is expected to be charged

The man was served with Firearms and Weapons Prohibition Orders before being arrested and taken to Bathurst Police Station, where he is expected to be charged

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Pub manager says he’s struggling to find staff because workers would rather stay on JobSeeker

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A pub manager has revealed he is struggling to fill job applications as candidates would rather earn money through JobSeeker.

Max Fox-Andrews runs The Windsor Hotel in South Perth in Western Australia and has six job applications he cannot fill.

The hotel is looking to hire bartenders, chefs and waitresses ahead of the busy summer hospitality season.

Mr Fox-Andrews said the pub would normally need to wade through more than 400 applicants for these jobs, but with increased government payments from the coronavirus pandemic, he is struggling for suitors.

Max Fox-Andrews from Perth's Windsor Hotel (pictured) said he is struggling to find staff

Max Fox-Andrews from Perth's Windsor Hotel (pictured) said he is struggling to find staff

Max Fox-Andrews from Perth’s Windsor Hotel (pictured) said he is struggling to find staff

‘At this time of year we tend to up our staff for the Christmas period and usually we wouldn’t have a problem encouraging staff to come and work for us,’ he told Sunrise.

‘But what we’ve seen is a decline in applications and a decline in decent staff with experience apply to us. It’s been a tough run.’

The Windsor Hotel is among many Australian businesses striving for staff, despite unemployment rates reaching their highest mark since 1998.

The National Skills Commission survey found from 1,100 businesses contacted, 47 per cent were having difficulties finding staff.

Thousands of Australians have been left out of work through COVID-19 and are receiving JobKeeper and JobSeeker payments, which Mr Fox-Andrews believes is preventing people from applying for jobs.

‘We are seeing an element of people not wanting to work because the money is slightly better with JobSeeker,’ he said.

Mr Fox-Andrews (pictured) hopes the JobSeeker payment reduction will inspire people to start work

Mr Fox-Andrews (pictured) hopes the JobSeeker payment reduction will inspire people to start work

Mr Fox-Andrews (pictured) hopes the JobSeeker payment reduction will inspire people to start work

Jobseeker payments combined with Newstart has welfare recipients claiming about $1,100 per fortnight from the government. 

Mr Fox-Andrews said students who would regularly fill the positions advertised are receiving a better offer by not working.

‘Students see sometimes that JobSeeker is a better way of earning more money because they can obviously only do limited shifts,’ he said. 

The business have been trying several avenues to encourage prospective workers to apply, including a $250 cash bonus for staff who stay in the job for more than three months.

Mr Fox-Andrews hopes the drop in the JobSeeker fortnightly payment from $550 to $250 on Friday will inspire Australians back into the workforce.

Mr Fox-Andrews claimed prospective workers would rather get JobSeeker payments than work. Pictured: a large queue grows outside Centrelink in Melbourne

Mr Fox-Andrews claimed prospective workers would rather get JobSeeker payments than work. Pictured: a large queue grows outside Centrelink in Melbourne

Mr Fox-Andrews claimed prospective workers would rather get JobSeeker payments than work. Pictured: a large queue grows outside Centrelink in Melbourne

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Trump mocks Biden for covering up his ‘PLASTIC SURGERY’ with a mask

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President Donald Trump again mocked Joe Biden for wearing a mask and asked a crowd in Pittsburgh why the Democrat would spend ‘all that money on the plastic surgery’ to cover up his face. 

‘He feels good about the mask,’ Trump riffed. ‘I wonder in the debate, it will be him and I on the stage, is he going to walk in with a mask?’  

The president had his predominantly mask-less audience in stitches, as he poked fun at Biden for mask-wearing on the same day that marked more than 200,000 Americans dying of COVID-19

During his hour and a half long appearance, Trump knocked Biden, but also complimented Republican Sen. Mitt Romney, who said earlier Tuesday he would vote for the president’s Supreme Court pick during an election year.  

‘But he was very good today,’ Trump said. ‘I have to tell you he was good. I was happy. Thank you Mitt.’  

President Donald Trump ridiculed Democrat Joe Biden for wearing a mask to prevent the spread of coronavirus, telling a crowd in Pittsburgh he wonders why Biden spent ''all that money on the plastic surgery' and then covers up his face

President Donald Trump ridiculed Democrat Joe Biden for wearing a mask to prevent the spread of coronavirus, telling a crowd in Pittsburgh he wonders why Biden spent ''all that money on the plastic surgery' and then covers up his face

President Donald Trump ridiculed Democrat Joe Biden for wearing a mask to prevent the spread of coronavirus, telling a crowd in Pittsburgh he wonders why Biden spent ”all that money on the plastic surgery’ and then covers up his face 

Trump suggested that Biden's smooth face was due to a little nip-and-tuck and mocked the Democrat for wearing a mask, even laughing about how he let's it 'hang down on his ear'

Trump suggested that Biden's smooth face was due to a little nip-and-tuck and mocked the Democrat for wearing a mask, even laughing about how he let's it 'hang down on his ear'

Trump suggested that Biden’s smooth face was due to a little nip-and-tuck and mocked the Democrat for wearing a mask, even laughing about how he let’s it ‘hang down on his ear’ 

President Trump complimented Sen. Mitt Romney, who announced Tuesday he would be comfortable voting for Trump's Supreme Court pick during an election year. Two other moderate Republicans have said they believed the vote shouldn't be held before November 3

President Trump complimented Sen. Mitt Romney, who announced Tuesday he would be comfortable voting for Trump's Supreme Court pick during an election year. Two other moderate Republicans have said they believed the vote shouldn't be held before November 3

President Trump complimented Sen. Mitt Romney, who announced Tuesday he would be comfortable voting for Trump’s Supreme Court pick during an election year. Two other moderate Republicans have said they believed the vote shouldn’t be held before November 3  

The same day the U.S. hit more than 200,000 coronavirus deaths, President Trump packed thousands of supporters together at an outdoor rally at the Pittsburgh International Airport

The same day the U.S. hit more than 200,000 coronavirus deaths, President Trump packed thousands of supporters together at an outdoor rally at the Pittsburgh International Airport

The same day the U.S. hit more than 200,000 coronavirus deaths, President Trump packed thousands of supporters together at an outdoor rally at the Pittsburgh International Airport 

Trump started out the rally by complimenting the Pittsburgh Steelers’ back-to-back wins, with the help of their quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who was injured for most of last season. 

‘Big Ben!’ Trump exclaimed. 

When he spoke about the coronavirus crisis, he told the crowd that the ‘bottom line’ was that he saved ‘millions of lives,’ pointing to the original death toll estimate if the U.S. took zero social distancing precautions. He also said that Biden ‘did the worst job in history’ dealing with the last pandemic, the swine flu, which globally likely killed the amount of people that COVID-19 did just in the United States. 

Trump pretty quickly went after Biden for wearing masks.  

Medical experts say masks can prevent the spread of the coronavirus. 

‘I’ll be honest, he feels good about that mask, and that’s OK,’ Trump said of his rival. 

He then paused, waiting to drop his next line. 

‘I mean honestly, what the hell did he spend all that money on the plastic surgery if he’s going to cover it up with a mask,’ Trump said. 

The Western Pennsylvania audience cheered. 

The president continued down this path, asking his supporters: ‘The question is will he leave it on during the debate?’ 

Biden and Trump are slated to go head-to-head on the presidential debate stage a week from today in Cleveland, Ohio. 

‘It makes him feel comfortable,’ Trump said of mask-wearing, snickering at Biden for sometimes letting his mask ‘hang down on his ear.’  

President Trump made the comments at a rally Tuesday night in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he also mocked Biden's campaign for calling a 'lid' Tuesday morning, meaning the ex-veep wouldn't be traveling anywhere that day

President Trump made the comments at a rally Tuesday night in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he also mocked Biden's campaign for calling a 'lid' Tuesday morning, meaning the ex-veep wouldn't be traveling anywhere that day

President Trump made the comments at a rally Tuesday night in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he also mocked Biden’s campaign for calling a ‘lid’ Tuesday morning, meaning the ex-veep wouldn’t be traveling anywhere that day 

President Trump claps onstage during his Tuesday night rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. There, he mocked Democrat Joe Biden for wearing a mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, as medical experts have advised

President Trump claps onstage during his Tuesday night rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. There, he mocked Democrat Joe Biden for wearing a mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, as medical experts have advised

President Trump claps onstage during his Tuesday night rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. There, he mocked Democrat Joe Biden for wearing a mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, as medical experts have advised 

Mask-less supporters of President Trump gathered at the Pittsburgh International Airport Tuesday night. Trump has been cavalier about his approach to the coronavirus, holding large gatherings of supporters with just 42 days before the election

Mask-less supporters of President Trump gathered at the Pittsburgh International Airport Tuesday night. Trump has been cavalier about his approach to the coronavirus, holding large gatherings of supporters with just 42 days before the election

Mask-less supporters of President Trump gathered at the Pittsburgh International Airport Tuesday night. Trump has been cavalier about his approach to the coronavirus, holding large gatherings of supporters with just 42 days before the election 

Joe Biden, on the other hand, has restricted the size of his speeches and events and called for widespread mask-wearing

Joe Biden, on the other hand, has restricted the size of his speeches and events and called for widespread mask-wearing

Joe Biden, on the other hand, has restricted the size of his speeches and events and called for widespread mask-wearing 

Trump’s personal punch at Biden’s looks came as the president has vowed to take the ‘gloves off’ with just 42 days before the presidential election.   

New York Magazine reported last October that Trump has privately marveled at the ‘work’ he claims was done on Biden’s smooth 77-year-old face, with writer Olivia Nuzzi calling it a ‘minor obsession’ of the president. 

‘Those who know him say the president is against plastic surgery (by which I assume they don’t mean breast implants) and, especially, bad plastic surgery, and he considers it an all-too-common tragedy when someone has their face inexpertly altered,’ she wrote. 

For years, however, there’s been speculation around Trump’s own look. 

Controversial journalist Michael Wolff wrote in his first book on the administration that Ivanka Trump, who was on hand in Pittsburgh Tuesday night, would poke fun at her father’s ‘do and said it was due to ‘scalp reduction surgery.’ 

And the book alleged Trump was no longer a natural blond. 

In the opening scene of his niece Mary Trump’s unflattering portrayal, the new President Trump shows off his teeth to his family. 

‘I got my teeth whitened. What do you think?’ the president said, according to Mary Trump. 

Spokespeople for the Biden campaign did not respond to DailyMail.com’s request for comment on whether the former vice president had plastic surgery, as Trump claimed. 

The president is taking the chance that he can be cavalier about the virus and still win, while Biden exerts caution – holding small, socially distant events and traveling less often than Trump. 

‘He’s the worst candidate,’ Trump uttered. ‘You know where he is today?’

‘He put out a “lid” today early in the morning, a lid means he’s not going to be anywhere today,’ Trump explained. ‘I’m working my ass off, I’m in Ohio, I’m in Texas, I’m in Florida, I’m in Michigan, I’m in Wisconsin.’   

The Biden campaign called a ‘lid’ for in-person events Tuesday morning, though the ex-vice president participated in two virtual fundraisers, leaking during the second one that he would be receiving Cindy McCain’s endorsement. That came via tweet shortly thereafter. 

The president also again alleged that his opponent was on drugs. 

After the Tuesday night rally, President Trump continued to slam Joe Biden on Twitter writing, 'I did more in 47 months than Joe Biden did in 47 years!'

After the Tuesday night rally, President Trump continued to slam Joe Biden on Twitter writing, 'I did more in 47 months than Joe Biden did in 47 years!'

After the Tuesday night rally, President Trump continued to slam Joe Biden on Twitter writing, ‘I did more in 47 months than Joe Biden did in 47 years!’ 

President Trump shared images of his packed Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania rally on his Twitter account during his trip back. At the rally, he mocked Joe Biden for mask-wearing, while many of his own supporters chose not to wear masks nor social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19

President Trump shared images of his packed Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania rally on his Twitter account during his trip back. At the rally, he mocked Joe Biden for mask-wearing, while many of his own supporters chose not to wear masks nor social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19

President Trump shared images of his packed Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania rally on his Twitter account during his trip back. At the rally, he mocked Joe Biden for mask-wearing, while many of his own supporters chose not to wear masks nor social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 

Jarek Kushner, Ivanka Trump and their children Arabella and Joseph traveled to Pittsburgh Tuesday night to watch President Trump's rally

Jarek Kushner, Ivanka Trump and their children Arabella and Joseph traveled to Pittsburgh Tuesday night to watch President Trump's rally

Jarek Kushner, Ivanka Trump and their children Arabella and Joseph traveled to Pittsburgh Tuesday night to watch President Trump’s rally 

‘This guy doesn’t have a clue. He doesn’t know where the hell he is. And they’ll give him a shot of something,’ Trump said. ‘What the hell is he taking? And we’d like to ask him and I said that. We want a drug test … we’ll both take it.’ 

‘It wasn’t Winston Churchill,’ Trump continued, pointing to Biden’s final Democratic debate performance against Bernie Sanders in March, which Trump claims was much too improved to be done without substances. ‘This wasn’t the greatest debate, but he got through, it was fine.’ 

The ex-veep will travel to North Carolina Wednesday and will likely participate in some sort of memorial service for Ruth Bader Ginsburg later this week. 

Trump is holding rallies Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

He’ll nominate his Supreme Court pick to fill Ginsburg’s seat at 5 p.m. Saturday, directly before leaving for a rally. 

‘Watch the abuse that she will take,’ Trump told his crowd, as he’s promised to pick a woman.

But Trump disparaged other women during his time in Pittsburgh, prompting a ‘lock her up!’ cheer about Hillary Clinton, a throwback from 2016. 

He also ripped two of the so-called ‘squad’ members, saying of Rep. Ilhan Omar, a Somali refugee and American citizen, ‘She’s telling us how to run our country. How did you do where you came from?’ 

He knocked Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her ‘green new deal,’ after again going on a tangent about windmills, despite their popularity as an energy resource in Pennsylvania. 

‘She’s not a good student, but she’s got a good line of crap,’ Trump said of AOC. 

The president also laughed about reporters experiencing violence while covering this summer’s protests.

Trump misremembered an incident involving MSNBC’s Ali Velshi, who was hit by a rubber bullet, as opposed to ‘hit with a canister of tear gas,’ as the president recalled. ‘Remember that beautiful sight?’ he said of Velshi being hit. 

The president also joyfully recounted a journalist being targeted by police. 

‘Sometimes they grab. They grab one guy. “I’m a reporter. I’m a reporter.” Get out of here. They threw him aside like he was a little bag of popcorn,’ Trump said. ‘Honestly, when you watch the crap that we have all had to take so long. When you see it it is actually a beautiful sight.’ 

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