Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) delivered the Republican party’s Spanish-language response to the State of the Union address on Tuesday night.
Diaz-Balart’s response was posted on the House GOP’s YouTube channel in the same language just after South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) delivered the English-language response. His office had not provided a transcript as of press time.
Watch the congressman’s remarks, as posted online on Tuesday night, below.
Trump’s mental derangement suggests he experienced abuse in childhood: psychiatrist
President Donald Trump's outlandish behavior is the result of childhood trauma that he has not worked through, "Couples Therapy" star Dr. Jenn Mann told TMZ.
"One, he's someone who gets triggered easily," she explained. "Two, he has terrible impulse control, very poor impulse control. Developmentally, his ability to control his impulses ... he's almost like a young child."
"Take me back to the childhood, what do you think caused this?" the reporter asked. "What caused -- this?"
Roger Ailes was fearful that Trump would steer Fox News viewers away from the network: Megyn Kelly
Former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes was very concerned that the network might lose significant viewership because then-candidate Donald Trump was tearing apart the Republican Party.
That was one of the many factoids revealed by former Fox host Megyn Kelly, who spoke to PBS's "Frontline" ahead of the new film "Bombshell" being released in theaters.
"Everyone had a binder like this," Kelly said about opposition research binders, showing that it was about an inch thick. Trump, by contrast, she described a binder that was more like five inches thick.
"The way Trump sees media, the way he sees life is all 'they like me' or 'they don't like me,'" she continued about the first GOP debate in 2015. "And in that moment I got moved from the 'she likes me' category to 'she doesn't like me.' And I do believe that night that the anger was real. His anger at me was real that night.
Kellyanne Conway ‘raised the bar’ by saying Trump must be ‘completely and totally exonerated’ in the Senate: MSNBC reporter
Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway spoke to reporters Friday saying that if the U.S. Senate votes on impeachment that they must "completely and totally exonerate" President Donald Trump.
MSNBC White House correspondent Hans Nichols began by explaining that it's evident that the president is in panic mode because the volume and acceleration of his Twitter account is considerable. Host Ali Velshi explained that if it was his account, there would be a lot of questions about what was going on with him.
"Here is the latest news just from Kellyanne Conway, who's talked to some reporters in the briefing room on this debate on whether or not the White House wants a short or long trial, she claims everyone's agnostic," Nichols continued. "But Kellyanne Conway's just done something interesting because she says the Senate has to do complete exoneration of President Trump, not just not convict him. So, it's unclear to me what complete exoneration is."