The Texas senator got lambasted for his sarcastic comment about Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s explosive clash with the president.
Gosh, why do you think Nancy wanted the press out of the room? Why didn’t she want the American People to hear this discussion? https://t.co/LFwEesyo7e
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 11, 2018
Because she has some sense of dignity and decorum?
— John Yuma (@JohnYuma) December 12, 2018
Because she didn't want to school DJT in public out of respect then was left with no alternative?
— Rep. Rick Larsen (@RepRickLarsen) December 12, 2018
It's called mercy, Ted.
— Phil Stewart (@Retinalia) December 12, 2018
Answer: to save *45 from complete humiliation.
— D Villella ❄️ (@dvillella) December 12, 2018
Because she was dealing with a very sick individual? And was trying not to publicly embarrass him bc she is a decent person?
— whenwillthisshitend (@mrsklvy) December 12, 2018
That’s all you got? She wants to deal with reality – not an apprentice reality tv show taping in the Oval Office. We certainly all heard what Trump said about your Dad and wife tho.
— Martha (@BaumMartha) December 12, 2018
Probably because although the President isn't her favorite, it's important to ensure the office of the Presidency isn't affected by him fumbling and stumbling and lying and just overall making a fool of himself in front of the American people. But… What do I know…
— Ed Kennedy (@edmund012) December 12, 2018
The point, Ted. Ya missed it.
— Travis Miller (@JustTMill) December 12, 2018
Were you not listening? She said it was because she didn’t want to continue to contradict the president in public. That in order to debate they need to agree on one set of facts. He sat there lying. Why on earth would she continue a debate that is better suited for Congress?
— Eileen T (@eileendt5) December 12, 2018