A Missouri state senator likened President Donald Trump to German dictator Adolf Hitler Oct 12., months after expressing she hoped the president would be assassinated.
Two Republican state representatives from suburban St. Louis criticized Chappelle-Nadal's latest social media post in tweets of their own Thursday. By the time the shirt is off, Hitler's face is revealed in place of Trump's.
Two months after making a controversial social media post that led to her removal from committee assignments, Missouri state senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-University City, has made another controversial tweet about the president.
On Thursday, Trump lashed out at Puerto Rico, insisting in tweets that the federal government can't keep sending help "forever" and suggesting the USA territory was to blame for its financial struggles.
"Our president has again failed the American people", Chappelle-Nadal said.
It wasn't immediately clear Thursday if her tweet of the Trump meme will cause backlash similar to the kind sparked by her August assassination post, which she deleted and apologized for amid calls for her to resign.
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"I still have a First Amendment right, and I still have a family I need to fight for", Chappelle-Nadal told the AP. "Then ask yourself why you have different qualifications for a black woman of Puerto Rican descent than other people putting up a meme with no words".
"The meme has been shared among St. Louis protesters for almost a week now".
She also defended the meme by saying it was popular among St. Louis protesters, who are peacefully demonstrating against police brutality.
Angel Perez, the mayor of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, said the Trump administration has been fantastic in providing aid.
"So this is very personal to me", she said. She said she has been unable to get in contact with her uncles since the hurricane. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, and Shalonn "Kiki" Curls, D-Kansas City - did not go along with the plan.