Democrats attending President Trump's joint session speech Tuesday night are being warned against booing or heckling because it would make him appear sympathetic before what's expected be the largest televised audience the Republican will ever have.
"Don't do anything stupid," said former President Obama's chief speechwriter, Cody Keenan. "Don't boo. Don't hold up signs. Don't wave things. Don't heckle. Don't give the president an opportunity to become sympathetic," he advised.
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