Fox News’ Jesse Watters is taking a hit by liberals for stating that “Trump’s family has done more for this country than any Democratic elected official.”
Huffington Post contributor Yashar Ali shared the statement:
Fox News’ @jessebwatters just now: “Donald Trump’s family has done more for this country than any Democratic elected official.”
— Yashar Ali (@yashar) July 14, 2017
Democratic lawmaker Ruben Gallego, a U.S. military veteran from Arizona who served in Iraq, responded, and was swift to condemn Watters for his praise of the Trump family.
“Totally remember the Trump brothers laying down suppressive for me in Anbar,” Gallego tweeted out Sunday, mocking the Trumps for having not served in the military.
Totally remember the Trump brothers laying down suppressive fire for me in Anbar. https://t.co/P2O7ysBIGA
— Ruben Gallego (@RubenGallego) July 16, 2017
Comments started pouring in, condemning the Trumps, alleging that they have done nothing to benefit this country.
@Thomas79382 Another “but Clinton” idiot excuse. Don Jr & Eric have done NOTHING to benefit this country. Fox News: Spouting flat out lies.
— AZLD20Dems (@AZLD20Dems) July 16, 2017
he means they’ve done more 4 themselves. I dare him to name 1 thing any of them hv done 4 this cntry that Didn’t enrich them
— Debora Johnson (@BeastModeGran) July 17, 2017
— jackie (@GeminijlwWilson) July 17, 2017
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