President Donald Trump riled up the crowd at his Nashville rally Wednesday evening, showing that at least one thing hasn't changed since the campaign, NBC News reported: attacking Hillary Clinton still brings his supporters together.
Just before the rally, a federal judge in Hawaii blocked Trump's revised travel ban, which at the rally he called a "watered-down version" of his first executive order.
Trump read from a legal code he claimed gave him authority to enact his travel ban, then pivoted to Clinton: "The law and Constitution give the president the power to suspend immigration when he deems - or she, or she. Fortunately, it will not be Hillary."
That drew thunderous applause from the audience, followed by chants of "Lock her up."