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It began as a chorus of boos.
Then those boos turned into chants of "Vote him out! Vote him out!"
It was a massive sign of disrespect in what should have been a solemn moment.
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were paying respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
They stepped up to the casket to pay their respect.
But the radical left wing crowd began booing.
People began chanting "Vote him out!"
It wasn't soon until mob mentality took over and people were heckling the president.
This shouldn't be a surprise.
Washington DC is extremely liberal.
Approximatey 90 percent of the city voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
However, observers noted that this was NOT the place for politics.
People should have been unified in mourning and respecting RBG.
Instead, the Democrats ruined the moment by booing and jeering.
See the footage below:
It's sad that Democrats couldn't control themselves during this solemn moment.
CNBC confirms the chorus of boos and jeers:
President Donald Trump was loudly heckled by a crowd chanting, “Vote him out!” as he and first lady Melania Trump paid their respects on Thursday at the casket of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the steps of the Supreme Court.
The crowd erupted into jeers and boos as Trump, uncharacteristically wearing a mask, stood in back of Ginsburg’s casket, with the first lady nearby.
People then began chanting repeatedly, “Vote him out!”
Trump glanced off to the side as the chants grew louder. The president and Melania Trump then turned and walked back into the Supreme Court building as the heckling continued.
The negative reception Trump received during his visit to the Supreme Court is not surprising.
Before Ginsburg, 87, died Friday from pancreatic cancer, the Republican president has been contemptuous of the liberal justice, who is a hero to feminists and others for her support of women’s rights.
If conservatives booed a Democrat president, the media would have covered the story differently.
There is a time and place for politics.
Booing in front of a casket is not appropriate!
Stay classy, "Democrats."
The booing and jeering is just a preview of what we can expect when President Trump nominates a successor.
Emerging at the top of the Supreme Court steps on Thursday, President Donald Trump heard something he doesn't often hear -- at least directed toward him: booing.
"Vote him out," crowds began chanting when Trump appeared before the flag-draped coffin containing the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week after a long bout with cancer.
With his face concealed behind a mask -- another rarity for the President, who does not often wear one in public -- Trump glanced over to where the crowd had gathered nearby. His wife, first lady Melania Trump, looked straight ahead.
The chants grew louder as the Trumps stood before the coffin, framed by massive Corinthian columns. After a few moments standing silently, the pair returned to their limousine and drove back to the White House. Outside the Oval Office, Trump was seen in animated conversation with top aides, including chief of staff Mark Meadows.
It's not often Trump finds himself confronted face-to-face with his opposition. He was loudly booed when attending Game 5 of the World Series last year in Washington. Afterward he scheduled visits to friendlier sports venues, such as the Daytona 500.
Questioned about the scene at the court, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany voiced dismay during a midday briefing.
"The chants were appalling but certainly to be expected when you're in the heart of the swamp," she said. "I travel with the President all across the country -- Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, Nevada -- and everywhere we go, the streets are lined with support like I don't think any other president has had previously."
When he travels around the country, Trump typically only meets with supportive crowds. At his rally in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Trump remarked it had been a while since someone heckled him at a campaign event.
"You don't see that much. I don't want to bring it on, but you don't see it much anymore," he said.
Indeed, the boos in DC are not representative of the country.
Like McEnany said, DC is the heart of the swamp, so the boos are not surprising.
We need to deliver a SURPRISE to the rest of the country by overwhelmingly voting for President Trump.
We must FIGHT for four more years!