Ernst faces confrontational crowds at 2 town halls in Iowa
DES MOINES (AP) — Republican Sen. Joni Ernst met with confrontational crowds in Des Moines and Cedar Rapids Friday where she was repeatedly shouted down and booed over the GOP health care reform plan, an issue which dominated both meetings.
Protest signs dotted the Des Moines audience, including those which said “Poverty is not a choice,” “Health Care For All” and “Investigate Trump.”
She drew applause at both meetings when she said President Donald Trump should release his tax returns.
However, for much of the hourlong meetings in a packed 1,100-seat auditorium at Coe College in Cedar Rapids and a nearly full 780-seat room at Drake University in Des Moines, she endured shouting and booing.lawal, Pastiche, bbgrunt and 13 otherscloseupready, Iwillnevergiveup, twenty, Doremus Jessup, NV Wino, TheNutcracker, Pam, xynthee, daleanime, gardengoddess, hopemountain, jdpriestly, baran like this"P.S. please if you get a chanse put some flowrs on Algernons grave in the bak yard.": Flowers for Algernon
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