President Donald Trump’s condolence message on his Twitter account for the recently deceased “highly respected” Democrat and Chairman of the Oversight and Reform Committee, Elijah Eugene Cummings received angry comments from some leftists.
“My warmest condolences to the family and many friends of Congressman Elijah Cummings,” the president tweeted Thursday, Oct. 17.
“His work and voice on so many fronts will be very hard, if not impossible, to replace,” he added.
However, the tweet was rejected by recognized leftists who, without hesitation, despised President Trump’s gentle and chivalrous message and began to attack him because of the political confrontations he had with the deceased in the past.
“Unfortunately you disrespected this great man,” said actress Mia Farrow in response to the president’s tweet.
“He was a person whose courage you will never understand,” she continued, dramatizing the differences between the president and Cummings, whom the president demanded he improve the safety and well-being of the citizens of the state of Maryland.
He was “a person who did not live for money, but to help others, because it was the right thing to do, and because giving of himself was an intrinsic part of what he was,” Farrow concluded.
“That’s not how you tweeted about him when he was alive. You’re miserable,” wrote Jeffrey Guterman, a psychologist and educator at Barry University in Miami, who wrote more than two years ago that “Trump had to be stopped,” and even showed his joy when a fire broke out at New York’s Trump Tower in April.
“Okay, so now we have to see what President Trump was given by his coaches to tweet. When will we see what President Trump really has to say?” wrote Andy Ostroy, a left-leaning blogger.
Some opponents saw in the tweet that President Trump was saying goodbye and mourning the death of his political rival by showing him sincere respect and even considering him an impossible element to replace with his “strength, passion and wisdom.” Elijah Cummings was a politician who served the country for 20 years in House and who died at the early age of 68.