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President Trump praised Republican New York Rep. Elise Stefanik after former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified before the House Intelligence Committee, of which Stefanik is a member.

Stefanik made headlines Friday after several contentious exchanges with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff during the Yovanovitch testimony. Stefanik insisted to Schiff that she was being dismissed and denied time to question the witness, a choice Schiff defended as his constitutional right as chairman of the committee.

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“Will you be prohibiting witnesses from answering members’ questions as you have in the closed-door depositions?” Stefanik questioned after being gavelled down during the testimony. Stefanik later expressed her concern on Twitter, noting the number of times she was passed over for questioning. “How many times can Adam Schiff say ‘the Gentlewoman is NOT recognized’?” Stefanik questioned. “He clearly has NO interest in letting Republicans have any say in the impeachment hearings. Watch him interrupt us multiple times and refuse to yield for our parliamentary questions.”

President Trump defended Stefanik when #trashystefanik trended on Twitter after George Conway referred to Stefanik as “lying trash.”

“A new Republican Star is born. Great going @EliseStefanik!” Trump tweeted.

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