Trump dubs Waters ‘face of the Democrats” as a feud over harassment call deepens

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President Trump on Tuesday called California Rep. Maxine Waters, the “face of the Democrats” in the midst of an escalating feud over their comments inciting protesters to harass Trump civil servants in the public space.

“The face of the Democrats, Maxine Waters, along with Nancy Pelosi, have a fine leadership team,” he tweeted. “You should always stay together and lead the Democrats, who want the borders Open and Unlimited crimes in the future….and pick Crooked Hillary for Pres.”

The face of Democrats is now Maxine Waters, along with Nancy Pelosi, have a fine leadership of the team. You should always stay together and lead the Democrats, who want the borders Open and Unlimited crimes in the future….and pick Crooked Hillary for Pres.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 26, 2018

According to White House Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders and Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen restaurants have been forced to leave, the last week, water supporters said at a Los Angeles-to hold the rally, until the one spoke.

“When someone looks in the closet in a restaurant, in a Department store, a gas station, get you out and you create a lot and slide it back on you, and they don’t tell you, you are welcome, more, everywhere,” she said.

She later told MSNBC that the protesters “are going to bother absolutely.”


Trump responded on Monday by saying that you are pushing the “damage” to his followers, and first of all, you and Pelosi called the face of the party.

Water has shown no signs of support down, and Trump accused of lying about what you said.

“Trump is the one who is creating,” Waters said in a Monday afternoon press conference on Capitol Hill. “The attempt of the people to have faith, about which I have spoken, the damage to the people. There is nowhere in my statement, anytime, anyplace, we talked about the damage.”

Trump, if, double, Tuesday, from what you have a team with 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the year 2020.

Trump is the zeal to present the water as the face of the Democrats uses a certain amount of anxiety among the Democrats, on their comments and the calls from liberal hound Trump officials-some of them are women in the public space.

David Axelrod, a top strategist behind former President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, called Sanders’ to Trump ejection from the restaurant a “total political gift”.

Difficult to understand this argument, that threw @PressSec is somehow “something to do”, the Democrats, defeat, Trump, help to choose or change policy.
It’s not. Whatever the intention, it was a total political gift to @POTUS.

— David Axelrod (@David Axelrod) June 26, 2018

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., pushed back, saying that harassing political opponents was un-American.

“No one should demand that the harassment of political opponents. This is not right. This is not America,” he said, before warning Democrats to fight “fire with fire”, as a trump is engaged in “bullying” behavior.

“The President of the tactics and behavior should never be emulated. It should be rejected by organized, well-informed, and passionate advocacy.”

In the house, there were some disagreement Monday on how to respond.

“It is not to be identified, shared opinions about what we should and should not do,” a senior house source, who asked, told Fox News.

A Democrat from a moderate district, replied that the water will help the tactic as Democrats try to retake the house this fall. However, others pointed out that the water was “to your base.” A Democrat, said, “Trump says a lot of crazy s— and we can too.”

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called for “unity” on Twitter.

“In the crucial months ahead, we must strive to make America beautiful again. Trump daily lack of courtesy has provoked reactions, which are predictable, but not acceptable. As we go forward, we need to reach the conduct of the elections in a way that a unit from sea to shining sea,” Pelosi tweeted.

Congressional Republicans, meanwhile, have ramped up pressure on the Democrats with a resolution by Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., Call for water to apologise and withdraw.


The Biggs’ motion claims that Waters’ statements could have been “directly and unnecessarily to public unrest, physical violence and physical injuries,” and that the members of the administration have already been harassed in public.

The resolution says that the waters are ” comments “in direct conflict with the reputation of the United States as a nation where people have a right to discuss their differences in a civil, without fear of physical retribution.”

Fox News’ Chad Pergram, Lukas Mikelionis and Alex helped Pappas to this report.


Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.

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