Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., came out in defense of President Donald Trump on Tuesday, the day after he referred to Democrats who refrained from clapping during his State of the Union as "un-American" and "treasonous".
"History is not on our side", Trump acknowledged, assuring that, traditionally, the voters of the party that has won the presidency in the previous elections "become complacent" and reduce their participation in the following legislative elections, which benefits to the opposition. "It was bad energy", Trump added.
He also accused Democrats of being "un-American" for not clapping during his address to the nation last week, in contrast to fellow Republicans, who Trump said were "going totally insane wild" over everything he said.
Mr. Trump used the T-word during a speech in OH on Monday about how Democrats stayed silent and never applauded at last week's speech, even at achievements one would think they'd back - such as lower black and Hispanic unemployment.
The president said in OH on Monday that their decision to largely remain seated and not clap at various points was "un-American" and even "treasonous". I mean, yeah, I guess, why not. And for eight years, those of us who steadfastly opposed Obama's statist policies meant to "fundamentally transform" America were labeled not just racist but treasonous. Why not? I mean, [Democrats] certainly didn't seem to love our country very much.
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"Did anybody happen to see the State of the Union address?". "They don't care about MS-13 killers pouring into our country". Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersTrump has declared war on our climate - we won't let him win Stock slide bites boastful Trump, but rising wages great for GOP Millions should march on DC to defeat Trump Republicans MORE (I-Vt.), sitting during Trump's address.
When asked about the backlash, Sanders said she believed "he was making a joke".
Brining the issue to Ohio, Trump also reminded attendees that Sen. But you look at that.
As for Pelosi, who represents San Francisco, Trump said, "She's a rich woman who lives in a big handsome house".
"Somebody said treasonous", he continued. (Side bar: Read Nathaniel Philbrick's "Valiant Ambition" about Arnold and George Washington.) Treason isn't refusing to applaud when the President of the United States thinks you should.