Spokesman Hogan Gidley says President Trump “was obviously joking” when he characterized the lack of a response from Democrats to the State of the Union as “un-American.” Trump also asked: “Can we call that treason? Why not?” Trump made the comments during an economic speech in Ohio on Monday. Gidley says that what is serious is that it seems Democrats have put their personal hatred for Trump above their desire to see the country succeed. Trump is pictured here delivering his State of the Union address to Jan. 30.
Spokesman Hogan Gidley says President Trump “was obviously joking” when he characterized the lack of a response from Democrats to the State of the Union as “un-American.” Trump also asked: “Can we call that treason? Why not?” Trump made the comments during an economic speech in Ohio on Monday. Gidley says that what is serious is that it seems Democrats have put their personal hatred for Trump above their desire to see the country succeed. Trump is pictured here delivering his State of the Union address to Jan. 30. Aaron P. Bernstein Bloomberg
Spokesman Hogan Gidley says President Trump “was obviously joking” when he characterized the lack of a response from Democrats to the State of the Union as “un-American.” Trump also asked: “Can we call that treason? Why not?” Trump made the comments during an economic speech in Ohio on Monday. Gidley says that what is serious is that it seems Democrats have put their personal hatred for Trump above their desire to see the country succeed. Trump is pictured here delivering his State of the Union address to Jan. 30. Aaron P. Bernstein Bloomberg

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