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Monday, February 27, 2017

Congressman rips Trump: Navy SEAL would still be alive if you tweeted less

TRUMPERS: THE BENGHAZI PSYCHOS subjected the public to endless and costly investigation, proving NOTHING.

Where are the SPINELESS REPUBLICANS calling for an investigation into the BOTCHED YEMEN RAID that killed so many, including Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens? 

Dead Beat Don has proven himself to be incapable of governing. 

TWEETIE RANTS are not governing, rather adolescent attempts to gain attention. 


One Congressman thinks the death of Navy SEAL William "Ryan" 
Owens could…


Congressman rips Trump: Navy SEAL would still be alive if you tweeted less

Zach Cartwright

February 27, 2017

One Congressman thinks the death of Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens could have been prevented if Trump spent less time on his phone.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-California) tweeted his criticism of President Trump at the billionaire real estate mogul’s verified Twitter account, mentioning that the botched raid in Yemen may have gone off without any casualties if Trump took his job as president more seriously. Rep. Lieu sent his tweets in response to one of President Trump’s tweets criticizing the New York Times.
Note to @realDonaldTrump: Perhaps if you focused less on@nytimes and more on intelligence reports, SEAL Owens wouldn't be dead right now. 
Lieu’s tweets come on the heels of Owens’ father, Bill, opening up to the Miami Herald about how he wished that Trump didn’t order the raid that got his son killed, just a week into his presidency. Owens also told the Herald that he felt that his son’s death warranted an official investigation.
“Don’t hide behind my son’s death to prevent an investigation,” Bill Owens told Trump in the interview. “The government owes my son an investigation.”

William “Ryan” Owens was killed on January 28, along with 29 other civilians, during a raid in Yemen which was only meant to confiscate technology to learn of possible terrorist activities in the future. Military officials told the New York Times that “everything went wrong” during the raid.

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