President Trump’s first full Cabinet meeting was a very positive one with each Cabinet member giving a short but enthusiastic comment. So what’s the big deal with a positive meeting? Not much, unless you’re the jealous and bitter left. After the meeting, the left went bonkers with claims of just how bizarre it was to hear anything positive from President Trump’s Cabinet members. You would expect that from the liberal media but what struck us the most was a very disrespectful video by Senator Check Schumer mocking Trump’s meeting:

SOME OF THE COMMENTS FROM TRUMP CABINET MEMBERS:

“It’s an honor to be able to serve you,” said Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions, who will testify on Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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“My hat’s off to you for taking that stand,” said Energy Secretary Rick Perry, referring to Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord.

“The greatest privilege of my life,” said Mike Pence of his role as vice president.

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White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, whose job may be on the line as Trump considers a staff shake-up, thanked the president for “the opportunity and the blessing you’ve given us to serve your agenda.”

The video was posted to the White House’s official YouTube channel (something Trump’s predecessor, President Obama, did as well)

Chris Lu, secretary of the Cabinet for Obama, said on Twitter that it was an unusual tone for a Cabinet meeting.

Why is it unusual to be positive? Why so jealous of President Trump’s very first Cabinet meeting? This is just more of the same from the bitter left who still can’t get over their loss in the 2016 election.

 

 

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