The RNC promoted a page on its website Wednesday which detailed “just a few of the words” that were being used in the “rave reviews” people had given Trump’s speech:
Trump’s address to the joint session of Congress did not receive the overwhelmingly positive reception the RNC claimed. In fact, it was criticized by conservative columnists, pundits and former lawmakers.
Twitter users, meanwhile, noted the cherry-picking of the positive phrases and came up with their own ways of summing up the speech:
It would be stirring and we would be genuinely moved, also find it inspiring, if he would resign,. It would be wonderful and incredible. There ! Got them all in context!
— Susan S (@suz_js) February 7, 2019
— Braylen’s Dad – Warren 2020 (@BraylenNapier) February 7, 2019
Preposterous is more like it. Threatening the entire house for doing its job of oversight.
— robert rabine (@rjr6864) February 7, 2019
How about – repetitive, boring, full of untruths, manipulative?
— Fiona Alexander (@FalexanderFiona) February 7, 2019
Mediocre, devisive, insubstantial.
— BrownEyedGirl (@Wandrwoman) February 7, 2019
A few more words for you – Boring, lacking facts, lacking substance, divisive, misleading, etc.
— Jan Mueller (@JanMueller) February 7, 2019
Lack of substance. Unbridled threats. Several lies.
— J. Long (@long_standing) February 7, 2019
Disjointed; limited; devoid of useful ideas.
— William Cook (@obiwill_kenobi) February 7, 2019
— charlie e (@charlieEIII) February 7, 2019
— Michael Seraphim (@ClassicCherub) February 7, 2019