“It would help if at the White House it was toned down a little bit,” Grassley commented during an interview on Monday.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said that he would like to see President Trump’s White House tone down its rhetoric in the wake of the tragic Alexandria shooting during an interview with ABC on Monday.
The ABC News reporter asked Grassley about the Alexandria shooting, and whether more importance should be placed on respectful rhetoric and bipartisanship in light of the shooting.
“I see Republicans blaming Democrats and maybe Democrats blaming Republicans. But, we all have a problem that we have to deal with, and that is tone it down a little bit,” Grassley said. “It would help if at the White House it was toned down a little bit, too.”
Grassley concluded by suggesting that if President Trump called for a tone-down in rhetoric it would be more meaningful than if a senator or representative did so.
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