We all know that being in politics can be difficult, I for one would not want to be a politician whatsoever. Seems lately there is so much name calling going around, I feel like watching it is like being back in Elementary School.
The “he said, she said” stuff has gotten out of hand. People seem to throw around name calling more and more these days. I thought leading, and being a part of this great country meant having dignity, respect, and values. It seems politicians these days have lost their values, and seem to think that name calling is okay.
There needs to be respect in the houses, both political and at home of all of us. We should lead by example.
President Donald Trump held his head high and showed the greatest of dignity when he simply shrugged off nasty remarks for democratic socialist Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who called Trump a racist.
When Ocasio-Cortez went on Anderson Cooper’s CBS News’ show “60 Minutes,” she made remarks in that interview where she went on to insisted that President Trump was a racist. She went on in that interview saying:
Ocasio-Cortez: The president certainly didn’t invent racism. But he’s certainly given a voice to it and expanded it and created a platform for those things.
Cooper: Do you believe President Trump is a racist?
Ocasio-Cortez: Yeah. Yeah. No question.
On Monday while Trump was talking with Fox News about the Government shutdown a reporter said to President Trump Monday: “Mr. President, congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez called you a racist,”
Trump then asked: “Who did?”
The reporter stated back to Trump: “Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez.”
Trump then replied with the best response ever by saying: “Who cares?”
I believe President Trump handing that question in the best way possible, by not giving it the time of day, because truly responding to a political bully won’t do any good. This diluted democrat seems to think his reaction means she got under his skin, but we all know better.
Ocasio-Cortez went on to responded to Trump’s comment by claiming she knows that she got under his skin.
“I bartended for *years* in New York City. I understand guys like this like the back of my hand,” she tweeted. “We got under his skin.”
Keep dreaming Ocasio-Cortez, you’re just trying to spread hate with your own words.