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Hoyer Breaks With Pelosi, Says He'd Be Open to Trump Giving SOTU on House Floor and Walls Can Be 'Moral'
Lauretta Brown / Townhall Tipsheet

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) broke with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Tuesday telling Fox’s Neil Cavuto “sure” when asked if he was open to having President Trump give his State of the Union address in person on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Cavuto followed up by asking Hoyer if he thought Pelosi would also allow Trump to give the address on the House floor Jan. 29, given that she suggested he postpone the address or deliver it in writing.

“I don’t know what the discussions have been, so I don’t want to say,” Hoyer replied.
Hoyer did point out that the State of the Union address is approved by a resolution from both chambers of Congress.

"The president comes here at the invitation of the Congress, and particularly the House, to address the Congress of the United States," he emphasized.

Earlier in the interview, Hoyer also seemed to disagree with Pelosi’s labeling walls as “immoral.”

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COVINGTON TEENS, PARENTS FIGHT BACK: The Kentucky teenagers smeared by the media over a videotaped encounter with a Native American protester in Washington, D.C., last weekend are fighting back, and they reportedly could be considering taking legal action ... Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School junior at the center of the videotaped encounter, told NBC's "Today" show that he did nothing to provoke anyone and sought to calm the situation. “As far as standing there, I had every right to do so," he said in the interview. "My position is that I was not disrespectful to [Native American protester] Mr. (Nathan) Phillips. I respect him. I’d like to talk to him. I mean, in hindsight, I wish we could’ve walked away and avoided the whole thing.”
Meanwhile, some parental chaperones who witnessed the encounter say the Covington students were targeted because they were Catholics at a March for Life rally who were wearing Trump "Make American Great Again" hats. “I think they were targeted for what they stood for... which is Christianity, the right for life," parental chaperone Jill Hamlin told Fox News. "And they were singled out, and I believe, partially because of the color of their skin they were targeted.”