President Donald Trump blasted Montana Democratic Sen. Jon Tester on multiple fronts during a rally for his challenger, State Auditor Matt Rosendale, in Great Falls on Thursday.

Trump called Rosendale a "really good man" and said it is time that Big Sky Country "retire liberal Democrat Jon Tester."

He said Tester "says one thing when he's in Montana [and] does the exact opposite when he goes to Washington."

Tester, 61, previously raised Trump's ire when he publicly opposed and criticized the president's initial choice for Veterans Affairs secretary, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson.

Trump said that Montanans who vote for Tester are in effect voting for top Democrats Reps. Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters of California and Sen. Charles Schumer of New York.


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"Jon Tester voted 'no' on repealing ObamaCare," Trump said, adding an extraneous critique of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and his noted "thumbs-down" no-vote.

"Jon Tester voted no on tax cuts for Montana farmers," Trump said, adding that he cannot understand how Tester additionally could vote against repealing the Estate Tax — or "Death Tax" — that affects farmers who pass their land to their children.

"How did he get elected?" Trump asked of Tester.

"You can right your wrong in November," he told the constituents. "You deserve a senator who votes like he's from Montana."

Tester previously raised Trump's ire when he publicly opposed and criticized the president's initial choice for Veterans Affairs secretary, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson.

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