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GOP Rep Dragged for Tweet Praising Trump for His 'Energy' and 'Substantive Answers' During ABC Town Hall

GOP Rep Dragged for Tweet Praising Trump for His 'Energy' and 'Substantive Answers' During ABC Town Hall
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New York Republican Representative Elise Stefanik gained national attention during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump where she established herself as a staunch advocate for him. Since then, her unwavering support of the POTUS has been central to her political identity.

So in keeping with her prior glowing praise for the President, Stefanik weighed in with her thoughts after Trump's Tuesday ABC town hall appearance.

Stefanik tweeted:

"The energy, substantive responses, ability to effectively answer rapid fire Q&A of [Donald Trump] is in STARK contrast to the endless teleprompter scripting of Joe Biden who hasn't answered any tough questions from anyone in months!"

Stefanik then tagged the Team Trump, Trump War Room and GOP Twitter accounts.

People on social media thought the stark contrast was not between Trump and Biden but rather between Stefanik and reality.

As with all members of the House of Representatives, Stefanik is up for reelection in 2020.

People took her tweet as a good opportunity to remind voters of Democrat Tedra Cobb's candidacy.

As of Wednesday, September 16, the 2020 election is 47 days away.

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