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Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., President Trump the “said the” words hurt at a rally in your state Wednesday, implies could be her late husband, former Rep. John Dingell, in the hell of their “healing is made much more difficult.”
Trump Dingell and her husband attacked with a “Merry Christmas” – rally in Battle Creek, Mich., about two hours away from her district as the house voted to impeach him.
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“Debbie Dingell is a real beauty,” Trump, a reverent audience booed the mention of Dingell’s name. The President said he gave Dingell the “A+ treatment” after his death last February, and Debbie had called him to say: “it is the most beautiful thing that has ever happened, thank you so very much. John would be so thrilled. He is looking down.”
“I said, ‘That’s OK. Don’t you worry.’ Maybe he is looking up. I don’t know,” he laughed to mixed reactions from the audience. “Maybe, but let’s assume he’s looking down.”
Dingell, elected to the accusations of the President Wednesday, responded on Twitter, writing, “Mr. President, leave aside us politics. My man deserves all of his awards after a lifetime of service. I’m preparing for the first Christmas without the man I love. You brought me down in a way you can never imagine, and your hurtful words only my healing much more difficult.”
The Congressman represents, Dearborn, Mich., her husband, succeed in Michigan for 59 years, served in the year 2015.
Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich, speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019. (Associated Press)
Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., Trump said if Dingell to apologize.
“I always wrote looked up to John Dingell – my good friend and a great Michigan legend,” Upton on Twitter. “It was not necessary to ‘dis’ him in a crass political way. Very unfortunate and an apology is due.”
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Dingell was the longest-serving Congressman in history, with Michigan represented, from December, 1955 until January 2015.