President Trump is set to give his second State of the Union address to the nation tonight at 9PM EST.
Like clockwork, Democrats are throwing their fits and already criticizing the State of the Union address. Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Schumer (D-NY), is crying crocodile tears and upset that he has to go and listen to the President. (Video Below)
The President will focus on immigration, trade, infrastructure, health care and national security during the State of the Union address.
However, Chuck Schumer is not happy that the President will expose the Democrats for who they really are.
Monday on the Senate floor, Schumer suggested that President Trump will ignore reality and spin his own fiction. “How many falsehoods, distortions, and made up facts will appear in the President’s speech?”
Schumer basically claimed President Trump is going to lie during his address. (Video Below)
Schumer continued his whining and said, “But as Democrats, we’re not focused on the President’s rhetoric, as usual boasts, or bluster or blame– so characteristic of this administration.”
Then, with complete Trump derangement syndrome, Schumer said, “It is sad the State of the Union. And let me just say, the number one reason the State of the Union has such woes is the President. I hope he changes in the next two years.
The President doesn’t miss a thing and fired back at Schumer on Twitter. (Video Below)
President Trump wrote Tuesday morning, “I see Schumer is already criticizing my State of the Union speech, even though he hasn’t seen it yet.”
Then, the Commander in Chief added, “He’s just upset that he didn’t win the Senate, after spending a fortune, like he thought he would. Too bad we weren’t given more credit for the Senate win by the media!”
President Trump’s official tweet and video below:
I see Schumer is already criticizing my State of the Union speech, even though he hasn’t seen it yet. He’s just upset that he didn’t win the Senate, after spending a fortune, like he thought he would. Too bad we weren’t given more credit for the Senate win by the media!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 5, 2019