U.S Sen. Tammy Duckworth criticized Donald Trump
The U.S Sen. Tammy Duckworth had lost both legs in 2004 during serving in Iraq as an Army helicopter pilot. Duckworth appeared as one of the most vocal critics against the U.S President Donald Trump during recent weeks. She just fired back after calling “treasonous” to Democrats from Trump for not applauding him during his State of the Union address. Duckworth wrote in a tweet that we are not living in a monarchy or dictatorship. I swore an oath prior to join the military and the U.S Senate in order to protect & secure and preserve the Constitution of the United States. Duckworth also added that Trump said in his previous interviews that he was referred medical suspension during the Vietnam War due to bone spurs were diagnosed in his feet.
Duckworth shared this quote from Theodore Roosevelt that “To announce that there should be no criticism of the president or we have to stand by the president, correct or incorrect. It isn’t just disloyal and bootlicking, but morally faithless to the American people”. Last month Duckworth called Trump a “five-deferment draft dodger” during a speech at the U.S Senate-floor. Trump hadn’t any business claiming Democrats and he is not caring the U.S military. The U.S President Trump bent off script and blamed Democrats for disloyalty, and this crime has the punishment possibility of death. On Tuesday, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley responded to criticisms and informed NBC News that the U.S President Trump said to all Americans for sharing positive news.