Trump's clapping draws amusement, derision on social media
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's repeated clapping throughout his first State of the Union drew reactions from amusement to derision on social media.
Trump's applause during Tuesday night's address was audible over and over again as cameras cut away from the president and showed lawmakers and others offering varied levels of approval to his remarks.
Twitter users posted videos of Trump clapping for himself, with some noting that it became an annoying distraction. Others chimed in to question why the president would keep clapping for himself.
In the House chamber itself in... read more
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