Trump on Democratic State Of The Union Reaction: "Can We Call That Treason?"

In a speech at a manufacturing in Ohio, Trump reprimanded Democrats for their behavior at his first official State of the Union address last week for the "bad energy" they brought to the room. Trump criticized Democrats for refusing to clap when he touted the low black unemployment rate. Trump called the reaction from Democrats was "treasonous" and said they "didn't seem to love our country very much." "They would rather see Trump do badly, okay, than our country do well. That's what it mean. It's very selfish. And it got to a point where I really didn't even want to look too much during the speech over to that side because honestly, it was bad energy. It was bad energy. You're up there, you've got half the room going totally crazy wild, they loved everything, they want to do something great for our country. And you have the other side, even on the positive news, really positive news like that, they were like death and un-American. Un-American. Somebody said treasonous. I mean, yeah, I guess, why not. Can we call that treason?" "I mean they certainly didn't seem to love our country very much," he added. "So you look at that and it is very, very sad. "It's not a good day for Nancy Pelosi. She's our secret weapon. I hope they don't change her. There is a lot of people who want to run her out," Trump said of the 2018 mid-term election. Trump spoke at the Sheffer Corporation in Blue Ash, Ohio.