- Oct 20, 2007
"We fight like hell. And if you don't fight like hell, you're not going to have a country anymore," he said.
WATCH: Trump used ‘fight’ or ‘fighting’ 20 times in rally speech, Dean says
WATCH: Trump used ‘fight’ or ‘fighting’ 20 times in rally speech, Dean saysProsecutors at President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial are using footage of the rally he headlined ahead of the riot on the Capitol to argue he incited the crowd.www.pbs.org
WASHINGTON — A federal judge indicated Wednesday that then-President Donald Trump's remarks on Jan. 6, 2021, telling a crowd to "fight like hell" before the Capitol attack could have signaled to his supporters that he wanted them "to do something more" than just protest.
Judge says Trump may have been urging more than protests Jan. 6U.S. District Judge John Bates said Trump’s use of the phrase “fight like hell” could have signaled to supporters that entering the Capitol “would be unlawful.”www.nbcnews.com
And every Union seems to use the word “fight” when it comes to Contract negotiations don’t they. I think they call that rhetoric.
Yes anyone can make the argument of responsibility for yelling fire in a crowded theater.