The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has assured that he “hardly” heard the boos and criticism that a group of people gave against him when he went to the burning chapel of the late Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg am Obersten on Wednesday Court went.
“It was just political chants. We could hardly hear where we were,” said Trump, alluding to the slogans that overshadowed his presence in front of the coffin and contained messages against him, such as “vote for him to leave” , due to the upcoming upcoming elections.
“Someone told me that they screamed, but (those who screamed) were right next to the media,” Trump added in statements to journalists, according to news outlet The Hill.
White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany has criticized the Boos more explicitly, calling them “terrible” and “disrespectful” during a press conference.