Failure to clap over U.S. achievements 'un-American' & bordering on 'treason'

Getty Images. Caption: The President and his party supporters during Tuesday night's State of the Union Address

Getty Images. Caption: The President and his party supporters during Tuesday night's State of the Union Address

Trump's State of the Union speech represented his first year in office as successful, avoiding the handful of controversies that have made him the most unpopular president since records began.

"I don't really care what Senator Flake has to say".

"You've got half the room going totally, crazy, wild".

The memo has fueled accusations from Republicans of bias against Trump by top Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department officials.

But Republican Representative Claudia Tenney, also speaking about Democrats on CNN on Tuesday, said "I would say it was un-American, and they don't love our country".

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are heading to OH, where the president will point to the benefits of the tax law and the first lady will talk about the administration's response to the opioid epidemic. During a trip to OH, he actually accused Democratic legislators of treason for not standing and cheering his hypocritical lies about his imaginary achievements during the State of the Union address. "How dare you? And to say you want more people like Norway?"

In the State of the Union, Trump said: "Tonight, I call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground, and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people".

After President Donald Trump accused Democrats of being "treasonous" for not clapping at his state of the union address, the ladies of "The View" were horrified. Why not. Can we call that treason? "It's really very very sad", Trump told workers.

Trump says the Democrats would rather see him "do badly" than the United States do well: "Somebody said "treasonous". "No, she's our secret weapon".

It's reported that a handful of Democratic lawmakers chose not to attend President Trump's address last Thursday in protest against the Commander-in-Chief.

Trump also touched on the "fake news media" that were in attendance. He told the audience at an OH manufacturer that "there was nobody kneeling at the beginning of the Super Bowl".

"The president was obviously joking", Gidley said. But while the president talked up the tax cuts, he devoted a significant portion of the non-political event to criticizing Democrats, particularly House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and drumming up GOP hopes for the 2018 midterms.

She went on to speculate whether or not Trump could be trying to inoculate Americans to the word "treason" for his own purposes.

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