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Maxine Waters speaks at “families Belong Together” rally
Maxine Waters speaks at “families Belong Together” rally in Los Angeles.
Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., said on Sunday that she was ‘surprised’ by criticism from Democratic leaders about your statement that people should “push back” against the members of the Trump administration over its immigration policy.
“One of the things that I realize that a mandate-holder, in the final analysis, leadership, … will do everything that you think is necessary, to protect, to focus your leadership and so what I do is on you,” Waters MSNBC said.
The water drew criticism from Republicans last weekend, after the rally said-goers in your Los Angeles constituency -that the members of confront should be to the public, members of the trump administration, and “don’t you tell them, you are welcome.” The water made the comments after White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, Virginia restaurant and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on the left was asked to leave another restaurant after protesters began shouting at her.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi distancing itself remarks of the Waters, after they were made public, while the Senate democratic leader, to say to the Senate that the harassment was of political opponents, “not really” and “not American.”
Waters claims that she was “surprised” that Schumer had said criticized a member of the House of Representatives, you haven’t seen “that before.”
The comments do not go unnoticed by President Trump, who tweeted last week, that the waters should “be careful what you wish for.” On Tuesday, The Speaker Of The House Of Representatives Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said waters should apologize.
Waters told been arrested MSNBC that she had received “multiple” death threats and a person who, in connection with these threats.
“I was blessed with courage. And I was blessed with the kind of strength that do not allow to let myself be intimidated by the likes of Donald Trump,” said Waters. “Let him call me whatever he wants to call me. Let him say what he wants to say. He’s not going to stop me.”