in the vicinityVideoRep. Collins: Pelosi remarks to Trump the “racist” comments were “clearly over the line’
Republicans-Rep. Doug Collins speaks of ‘Fox & friends in the aftermath of a House floor fight on a resolution condemning the “racist” comments from President Trump.
Georgia Republican Rep. Doug Collins said Wednesday on “Fox & Friends” of Nancy Pelosi speaking on the House floor “was clearly over the line,” to require the defense of his decision, your words will be deleted from the public records.
Tensions erupted on Tuesday, after the speaker of the house of representatives condemned the “president’s racist tweet,” introducing a resolution entitled “condemnation of President Trump’s racist comments, addressed to members of Congress.”
Collins said, the title of the resolution is in breach of the rules of the house, since it writes a “subject” as the President called him a “racist.”
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“You have passed a resolution that they can not be read on the floor of the house. The bad, that is. … This is nothing, but the President make a fool of yourself, your own leadership abilities because you don’t like this President,” he said.
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Not to beat according to Collins’ argument that the Democrat-controlled house voted along party lines, Pelosi’s words from the record and voted separately to the restoration of their privileges to speak. A resolution to condemn Trump’s “go back” remarks on the four first-semester-Democratic women.
Collins also expressed his preoccupation with the so-called “squad”, consisting of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.
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He said that your recent rhetoric, especially about the border detention facilities, shows the house “is broken right now, and why the President carries out.”
“We are going to get in the house and maintain the decorum that we have,” said Collins.