& # 39; Our current president is just as easy as you and I breathe in & # 39 ;: Lin-Manuel Miranda slams Trump
& # 39; Hamilton & # 39; maker and star Lin-Manuel Miranda struck Sunday as President Donald Trump as a liar after the president criticized the Democrats for going to Puerto Rico to see him perform in a charity show for the hurricane-infested country.
& # 39; Your occasional reminder that our current president is as easy as you and I breathe. Every day, all day, reflexively, "he tweeted.
Trump repeatedly went after the Democrats to go to the South during the closure of the government for a winter retreat that a performance by Hamilton & # 39; attended, with Miranda taking on his title role with the proceeds to aid.
& # 39; Hamilton & # 39; maker and star Lin-Manuel Miranda struck President Donald Trump as a liar
The tweet by Lin-Manuel Miranda came after President Trump hit the Democrats because he had gone south during the government of the government
& # 39; They will experience the needs of the island firsthand, so they go back and have a kind of fight (president), Trump and the Republicans, & # 39; Luis Miranda told CBS News about the Democrats' visit.
The Democrats were present at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to learn infrastructure and economic challenges facing Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, who destroyed the island, and they will meet local officials.
A number of the legislators were expected to be & # 39; Hamilton & # 39; attending on Friday, the opening night, reported the network.
The three-week race of the musical in Puerto Rico raises money for artists and art organizations.
The money goes to the Flamboyan Arts Fund, founded by the Miranda family.
Trump on Sunday accused Democrats of & # 39; having fun & # 39; while he waited in the White House to make a deal to stop the government.
& # 39; I am in the White House, waiting. The Democrats are everywhere except Washington, while people wait for their wages. They have fun and do not even talk!, "He tweeted on a snowy Sunday morning in Washington D.C.
The Congress left the city on Friday with a number of lawmakers who returned to their homelands for the weekend and 30 Democrats – including the new Speaker Nancy Pelosi – who traveled to Puerto Rico for the conference.
President Donald Trump accused its Democrats of having fun & # 39; while he waited in the White House to make a deal to stop the government
Washington D.C was hit by four to eight inches of snow overnight
Trump told the Democrats that he is waiting for them
Legislators are scheduled to return to Capitol Hill on Monday, although it is unclear whether this will be affected by the weather. None of the votes planned in the House or the Senate for Monday night are about reopening the government.
The Capitol city got snow of four to eight inches a night with the flakes still on Sunday when Trump stormed his Twitter storm.
The president expressed his willingness to make a deal and argued that his border wall would reduce crime. He also got Democrats on Dreamers – the illegal immigrants who were brought to the American children by their parents – and said that their actions would bring Hispanics to his side.
Trump was on Saturday and Sunday busy excavating with his opponents because the closure of the government was the longest in American history.
He hit Pelosi and her fellow Democrats who were attending the opening night of Hamilton.
I'd rather see the Dems come back from their vacation and act that they are not acting & # 39 ;, told Trump Judine Jeanine Pirro on her FOX News show during a telephone interview.
"It would take me 15 minutes to close a deal when the Democrats come to the table & # 39 ;," he continued to complain to Pirro about the impasse over his desire to finance $ 5 billion for a southern boundary wall.
Trump expressed frustration on the 22nd day of the partial closure by the government that he was still waiting for a deal in the White House on Saturday.
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Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi, center, attended the opening night at Hamilton's in Puerto Rico, where he drew barbs from Trump while the government closed the doors
Touched: Lin-Manuel Miranda was shattered in tears during the opening night of Hamilton in Puerto Rico on Friday evening
The winter flight from the Democrats to Puerto Rico was organized by Bold PAC, a political action committee and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and some members lived in Hamilton. during the journey.
The series with 17 shows is meant to raise funds with an expected revenue of $ 15 million.
While the shutdown remains a topical issue with 800,000 federal workers being either saddled or working without payment, there were an estimated 3,000 deaths after Hurricane Maria, documented as the worst natural disaster in Puerto Rico.
The president has been criticized by local politicians and democrats for his treatment of the aftermath of the hurricane.
On Friday evening, Lin-Manuel Miranda saw a standing ovation during the premiere in Puerto Rico.
The 38-year-old received his first ovation of the night less than a minute in the show when he appeared on the stage and mentioned his name as Alexander Hamilton for the first time in two and a half years.
Lin was dressed in his show costume while handing out the text during production.
And after a successful opening night, he was seen raising the Puerto Rican flag and waving it proudly before wrapping it around his shoulders.
During this time, the Broadway star was weeping and very emotionally seen.
Loved by the crowd: according to the LA Times the 38-year-old received his first ovation of the night less than a minute in the show when he appeared on the stage and mentioned his name as Alexander Hamilton
Lin has always been politically active, especially on behalf of Puerto Rico.
The star's father comes from the country and has previously met politicians for debt relief and raised funds for rescue efforts and disaster relief after the Hurricane Maria 2017.
His birthplace: the star's father comes from the country and he has previously met politicians in favor of debt relief and raised funds for rescue efforts and disaster relief after Hurricane Maria of 2017
Pride: and after a successful opening night, he was seen lifting the Puerto Rican flag and waving him proudly before wrapping him around his shoulders
"Puerto Ricans are the most resilient people on earth," said Lin in a press conference after the show in the room, Centro de Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré, according to the LA Times.
& # 39; Name another city in the world that would survive for so long without power and the resources that a US state would get in the aftermath of a hurricane. & # 39;
There are tickets at a wide variety of prices, with discount tickets priced at $ 5,000 and thousands of tickets for $ 10 for locals who can also enjoy.
& # 39; All our royalty – author, director, choreographer, designers, producers – renounce our royalties, so all those dollars go directly to initiatives on the island, & # 39; said lead producer Jeffrey Seller.
At the end of 2018 it was reported that Hamilton had won the musical $ 463.3 million since the debut in 2015, according to The Wrap