Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen reached a stunning new low in his efforts to take-down the Trump administration this week; using Monday’s devastating fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral to personally attack the President of the United States.
Cohen was speaking with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews when he viciously used the inferno to claim the Commander-in-Chief was “torching” the “Constitution and rule of law” in the United States.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) politicizes the Notre Dame Cathedral fire to attack President Donald Trump, says: "What he has done to the Constitution and the rule of law is as bad as that fire did to Notre Dame" pic.twitter.com/HsjXIUdD43
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) April 16, 2019
“What he has done to the Constitution and the rule of law is as bad as that fire did to Notre Dame,” said Cohen. “He’s torching the entire structure of government.”
FROM THE ASHES: Notre Dame’s Medieval Stained-Glass Windows SURVIVE Massive Blaze
The three main medieval stained-glass windows of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France miraculously survived Monday’s massive blaze, with firefighters managing to save most of the building’s stone exterior despite losing the roof and iconic spire.
“Notre Dame’s three medieval stained-glass windows all survived last night’s devastating fire, the Archbishop of Paris has said, as detectives probe the renovation work which may have led to the blaze,” reports the Daily Mail.
“The first daylight pictures inside the wreckage of the Paris landmark today showed the roof destroyed, the 850-year-old church exposed to the elements and the floor covered in charred debris,” adds the report.
French President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild the cathedral as firefighters worked to contain the blaze; saying it was the “destiny” of the French people.
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FROM THE RUINS: Notre Dame Fire Contained, Structure Saved Following Massive Blaze
French firefighters and first responders miraculously managed to contain the massive blaze that engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral late Monday evening; as images emerged of the smoldering House of Worship not seen since the widespread European destruction of the Second World War.
“The fire already destroyed the roof of the 850 year old UNESCO world heritage landmark, whose spectacular gothic spire collapsed before the eyes of horrified onlookers on a previously pristine early spring evening,” reports the AFP.
— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) April 15, 2019
“I say to you very solemnly this evening, this cathedral will be rebuilt… it is part of our destiny in France and our project for years to come,” said French President Emmanuel Macron.