Anti-Kav Protesters Bow Their Head In Defeat As Trump Gets The Final Word

Tuesday morning, President Trump took to twitter one day after the final swearing-in ceremony held at the White House for Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh.

In his early morning tweets, the President praised Kavanaugh and his family adding that the country is very proud of them. (Video Below)

President Trump started his early morning smack-down with a tweet mocking the ridiculous protesters who carried out loud and dramatic demonstrations against Kavanaugh.

During Kavanaugh’s first swearing-in ceremony on Saturday, some protesters were screaming, clawing at the doors, and banging on the closed Supreme Court doors.

(Related Article: Fresh From Confirming Kav, Pence Faces A Mob Of Protesters & Does The Unpredictable)

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The president wrote on Twitter Tuesday morning, “The paid D.C. protesters are now ready to REALLY protest because they haven’t gotten their checks – in other words, they weren’t paid! Screamers in Congress, and outside, were far too obvious – less professional than anticipated by those paying (or not paying) the bills!”

He continued, “Great evening last night at the White House honoring Justice Kavanaugh and family. Our country is very proud of them!”

Trump also announced he will be attending another campaign rally in Iowa Monday night, and remarked that the new trade deal with the US, Mexico and Canada will benefit farmers. “Will be going to Iowa tonight for Rally, and more! The Farmers (and all) are very happy with USMCA!” (Video Below)

President Trump’s Official Tweets:

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Further, he tweeted a video of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s swearing-in ceremony.

Are you proud to see Justice Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court? And will you be attending the Trump rally in Iowa tonight?

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