//Trump’s post-acquittal speech bashed by mainstream media: ‘This is really crazy’

Trump’s post-acquittal speech bashed by mainstream media: ‘This is really crazy’

President Trump’s White House speech on Thursday featured all the pieces from calling the Russia investigation “bulls—t” to pleasant ribbing of distinguished GOP allies, all whereas agitating many members of the mainstream media who discovered a large number of points with the East Room occasion.

The Senate on Wednesday acquitted the president on each articles of impeachment following a weeks-long trial, and Trump described Thursday’s speech as a “celebration.” He was greeted by thunderous applause and a standing ovation by his supporters as many reporters instantly took to Twitter to criticize the method. Many negatively in contrast the scene to a marketing campaign rally, whereas CNN’s Jim Acosta complained that it sounded just like the president was “answering the questions he needs reporters would ask.”

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New York Journal’s Jonathan Chait ruminated that Trump probably wished to make comparable remarks throughout Tuesday’s State of the Union however was reined in by staffers.

President Donald Trump speaks in the East Room of the White House, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

President Donald Trump speaks within the East Room of the White Home, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020, in Washington. (AP Picture/Evan Vucci)

“Seems extremely likely Trump wanted to get his grievances off his chest in SOTU, and aides prevailed on him to save it for special post-acquittal speech, promised him ‘Hail to the Chief’ and a full room,” Chait wrote.

The president thanked his supporters and authorized workforce, known as the impeachment course of “evil,” complimented the physique of Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, stated Home Minority Whip Steve Scalise grew to become extra “handsome” after being shot and even praised the “incredible” deep voice of Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, throughout the celebratory speech. However when he described the Russia investigation as “bulls—t,” liberal critics actually turned up the warmth.

Walter Shaub called Trump “a disgrace to the office,” NBC Information’ Andrea Mitchell appeared to disapprove he used the time period within the East Room, CNN’s Keith Boykin known as for the “civility police” and dozens of different reporters chimed in to sentence the remark.

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President Donald Trump pauses as he speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

President Donald Trump pauses as he speaks within the East Room of the White Home in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020. (AP Picture/Patrick Semansky)

As Trump’s detractors complained in regards to the foul language, supporters quoted him as if it was a badge of honor. New York Journal’s Olivia Nuzzi, a frequent CNN visitor, even urged folks to cease “pearl clutching” over the comment.

“I’m sure there are plenty of other things to take issue with here,” she wrote. “The fact that this president curses shouldn’t be very high on the list. Grow up.”

In the meantime, CNN’s Chris Cillizza called it “appalling,” whereas his colleague Joe Lockhart even suggested that the president is suffering from some kind of sickness.

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“Folks actually ought to discover the reply of why Trump had an unscheduled emergency journey to Walter Reed just a few months in the past,” Lockhart tweeted. ‘My guess is it had one thing to do with in the present day’s efficiency.”

NewsBusters managing editor Curtis Houck put collectively a montage of CNN personalities bashing the speech.

“The story is not the particulars of what he said. The story is he sounded nuts. I don’t see why the media has such trouble explaining that,” Washington Put up columnist Jennifer Rubin wrote.

CNN’s chyron labeled the speech polarizing speech “vindictive & vulgar,” which has been praised by Trump supporters however mocked by critics:

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Fox Information’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.