Maxine Waters comes to rescue of fellow Dem, attacks Trump in Twitter storm

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The ongoing saga between President Trump and Democratic congresswoman Frederica Wilson has just taken on a new dimension, as Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters (Calif.) has gone on a Twitter rampage Saturday morning, in defense of Wilson.

Waters attacked both President Trump and Chief of Staff John Kelly in her series of Twitter posts, first responding to Trump’s Saturday morning Twitter post, in which he called Wilson a “wacky congresswoman.”

“Trump has no business calling anyone “wacky” when his own Sec. of State is ashamed of him and thinks he’s a moron,” Waters tweeted back.

But she was just getting started. Next, she tweeted the following statements:

“What is it about the Trump White House that transforms everyone into liars?”

“Even the most honorable people are not immune to being overtaken by the filth wreaking from the Trump White House day after day.”

“General Kelly has lied. Rep. Wilson has conducted herself w/ dignity. The only empty barrel I see is the one in the Oval Office.”

“Gen. Kelly has been tainted by Trump lying in the face of facts. Hasn’t he seen the same video of Rep. Wilson that everyone else has seen?”

“If the wife and family of Sgt. Johnson feel they were disrespected by Trump, then they were disrespected. Period!”

“Gen. Kelly, you earned 4 stars & had a successful career. Now you’ve fallen prey to a “moron” in an effort to protect his career. Apologize.”

The demand for an apology from Gen. Kelly was over his remark on Thursday where he referred to Wilson as an “empty barrel.”


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