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By
Robert Namer
Voice Of America
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February 07, 2020

     Republicans responded angrily after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up her copy of President Donald Trump's State of the Union address Tuesday night. Pelosi and Trump have had a combative relationship since he took office. Their mutual animosity has intensified since Democrats took control of the House in January 2019 and grew further with the president's Dec. 18 impeachment on allegations of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. 

     Their animus was on display Tuesday as Trump appeared to snub Pelosi's attempt to shake his hand before the address and Pelosi tore up the speech afterward from her position behind the president on the House dais. Pelosi later told reporters she tore up the document because it was a "manifesto of untruths." The untruth come from Pelosi and the Dems.

     The people will decide who is telling the truth on November.  Bet Trump and Republicans will prevail.

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