Under fire, Maxine Waters denies he ‘hurts people’ in the trump color management

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Democratic Congressman from California holds a press conference.

A defiant democratic Republic of Maxine Waters, is to confront not back down from your weekend comments calling for people to, members of the trump administration at the gas station and everywhere else you are seen in public.

But pointing the finger at President trump, the California Democrat argued that her comments were misunderstood, and claimed that she was not the protesters are calling for actual “harm” members of the Cabinet.

“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.”

Water over the weekend made the comments in the midst of the liberal game room on the White house’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy, as well as a number of recent incidents where faced Trump administration officials, or free-kicked out of restaurants, in the midst of last week’s game, family separations on the border.


“When someone looks in the closet in a restaurant, in a Department store, a gas station, get out and create a lot of and slide it back on you, and you tell them they are welcome everywhere,” said Waters Saturday, later told MSNBC that the protesters “are going to bother absolutely.”

In a tweet Monday, the President of Trump water the endorsement of the “damage accused” against his followers.

“The Congressman Maxine Waters, a very low IQ person, has, in common with Nancy Pelosi, the face of the democratic party. They just called, for any damage to trailers, of which there are many, the Make America Great Again-movement. Be careful what you wish for, Max!” Trump tweeted.

Some Democrats have been to distance himself from waters comments. 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.

Multiple sources told Fox News that the Democrats have been distributed in the Congress, how to respond to water comments. A legislator of an average house district, said Waters tactics “do not help” as Democrats try to retake the house this fall.

However, others pointed out that the water was “to your base.”


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“Trump says a lot of crazy s—,” a Democrat told Fox News, “and we can, too.”

On Monday, said Waters had spoken, the “power of truth” and argued that “the President has done a terrible thing,” with its illegal immigration. She said she has called for peaceful protests.

“Protest is a peaceful resistance against the kind of actions we are witnessing from this President, as he sees these children as hostage,” she said.

She added: “Protest is the democratic way, as long as it is quiet. I believe in peaceful protests.”

Fox News’ Chad Pergram, Raymond Bogan, Andrew O’reilly and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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