Rep. Joe Kennedy of MA gave the Democratic response to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address Tuesday, claiming that President Donald Trump and the Republican Party is leading American life into a "zero-sum game". Leaders Pelosi and Schumer also announced that Virginia Delegate Elizabeth Guzman will deliver the Spanish-language response to the speech.
Guzman was chosen by U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-California, and will compose her own remarks, members of Guzman's staff said today.
He is the grandson of Robert Kennedy, the former New York Senator who was assassinated during his 1968 run for president, and the great-nephew of JFK and late Massachusetts Senator Edward Kennedy.
Rep. Kennedy talked about the American promise and offered a positive vision for the future combined with a devastating critique of Trump.
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Sanders, who also delivered a rebuttal to Trump a year ago, went further by saying that the president was papering over the real problems with the economy.
Despite his famous surname, Kennedy III has kept a relatively low profile during his five years in Congress.
Republicans targeted Kennedy as "another out of touch, MA liberal" and mocked progressives for offering multiple responses to the speech.
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During a marathon committee markup on the Republicans' Affordable Care Act repeal and replace bill, Kennedy slammed House Speaker Paul Ryan, specifically taking issue with the fellow Catholic's interpretation of scripture and label for the the measure as an "act of mercy". "They might leave a mark", the Massachusetts Democrat said.
"The fact is that the economy still isn't good enough for too many people", said Himes.
In contrast with Trump's expected message, however, Kennedy's rebuttal will focus on the fact that many Americans "have spent the past year anxious, angry, afraid" under the Trump administration.
Kennedy is against repealing the ACA, favors immigration, and refugee and LGBTQ rights. Trump said "we proudly stand for the national anthem" - which drew loud cheers from Republicans. Politics. But it's far bigger than that. "If you want to walk out, don't come in", she said, according to a Democratic aide in the room who was not authorized to speak on the record.
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"From literally day one, the Trump-Pence administration has pursued an agenda rooted in anti-LGBTQ discrimination", Griffin said.