On Sunday, President Trump took to twitter and responded to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and his criticism of the North Korea summit.
President Trump on Sunday strongly rebuked Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer's claim that the North Korean nuclear summit was "all cattle and no hat," and also took aim at critics who said his G7 meeting with other world leaders was marked by tension and hostility.
The president's broadside against the New York Democrat followed a speech Schumer delivered on the Senate floor last week, when he used an apparent variation on the Texas saying “all hat and no cattle" to mock Trump's accomplishments at the Singapore summit.
"Chuck Schumer said 'the Summit was what the Texans call all cattle and no hat,'" Trump wrote. "Thank you Chuck, but are you sure you got that right? No more nuclear testing or rockets flying all over the place, blew up launch sites. Hostages already back, hero remains coming home & much more!"
The tweets came the same day that Schumer, a staunch Democrat, uncharacteristically praised Trump's decision this week to impose major tariffs on Chinese goods worth $50 billion.
“China takes total advantage of the United States," Schumer said in an interview. "They steal our intellectual property using cyber theft.
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