Trump also slammed special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, including potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow to help Trump win the presidency.
Trump's comments to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland came amid expectations that Mueller is wrapping up his investigation and preparing to send his findings to U.S. Attorney General William Barr within days or weeks.
"And you know that, and we can name every one of them if you want", he said.
"I'm totally off script right now, and this is how I got elected, by going off script", he said.
Last week, while Trump attended a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un in Vietnam, his former lawyer Michael Cohen gave an explosive testimony to Congress during which he blasted the President as a "racist", a "conman", and a "cheat" who broke the law as a candidate and as president.
Trump ridiculed a Democratic "green new deal" plan to fight climate change, pointing to provisions such as reducing airplane flights or eating less beef. It's now unclear whether any state governors or legislatures would follow Trump's lead in tying taxpayer funds to colleges' support for free speech on campus. "And the numbers are going to be even bigger", he said.
But the evidence so far shows that a broad range of Trump associates had Russia-related contacts during the 2016 presidential campaign and transition period, and several lied about the communications. Multiple White House officials did not respond to emails or phone calls from The New York Times regarding details of the executive order, nor did the White House clarify when Trump may sign the order, The Times reports.
YouTube Is Banning Comments on Most Videos of Kids
Turning off comments on such a large number of videos seems an "extreme reaction, " said eMarketer analyst Paul Verna. But first-time vlogging parents will likely be unable to use the comments section to grow a following.
Whether referring to the President as "him" or "that person in the White House", Booker is trying to leave Trump out of the conversation, so he and his Democratic rivals can introduce themselves - and define their young candidacies - on their own terms.
He added that the relationship with the DPRK seemed to be "very, very strong". He also attempted to clarify his remarks on believing Kim when he said he didn't know about the mistreatment of Otto Warmbier, a United States student who died after months in a North Korean prison.
Trump then smacked the Democrats for possibly having "contributed" to the breakdown in talks with North Korea's Kim. "From day one, I mentioned the word rape".
Yet delivering a reaction that is too muted or measured might lose votes during the party's nominating battle, where the Russian Federation investigation and attacking Trump animate the base.
Analysts struggled to find parallels to the kind of political body cavity search Mr. Nadler and the other chairmen are undertaking.
But as Rubin pointed out, exposing Trump's duplicity and the GOP's complicity could be a major advantage for Democrats' congressional investigations.
Cohen pleaded guilty a year ago to violating campaign finance laws when he paid off adult film star Stormy Daniels to stay quiet before the 2016 election about an affair Cohen said she had with Trump.