Was President Trump's Cursing Inappropriate?

President Trump had a lot to get off his chest.

President Trump is taking delight in defying political convention after swearing Thursday night during a rally in Michigan.  
Trump had a lot to get off his chest, slamming Democrats for their ongoing investigations into him. He said they will continue “defrauding the public with ridiculous bulls***.” 

Inside Edition viewers weighed in on the president's use of profane language, with 49 percent saying it was appropriate and 51 percent saying it wasn't 

Trump continued on Thursday and responded to the Mueller report, saying that “the collusion delusion is over.” 

"After three years of lies, smears and slander, the Russia hoax is finally dead" Trump said.

Mueller did find no collusion; however, it did not exonerate Trump of obstruction of justice. 

Trump then targeted Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee who has demanded the full Mueller report be released to the public. 

“Little pencil-neck Adam Schiff,” Trump told the crowd in Grand Rapids Thursday night. “He has the smallest, thinnest neck I have ever seen. He is not a long-ball hitter. But I saw him today — ‘well, we don’t really know, there could still have been some Russia collusion.’ Sick. Sick. These are sick people.”

Trump also went after the “fake news media” and then promoted his favorite network: Fox News. 

Trump claimed that MSNBC and CNN’s ratings “dropped through the floor” while Fox’s ratings were “through the roof.” 

The president can still draw big crowds. Thousands of supporters stood outside when the arena couldn't fit any more people.