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President Trump’s State of the Union Address Tuesday left several members of Congress with mixed feelings, some touting his leadership as others slammed the opposite, calling him to roll-up his sleeves and get to work for the American people. (Jan. 31)
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., “should smile a lot more often,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Wednesday. 

Sanders made the comment during an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo after Cuomo said he had never seen Pelosi as grim-faced as she was at President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night. 

Sanders said she disagreed with Cuomo. 

“I think Nancy Pelosi looks like that all the time,” Sanders said. “I think she should smile a lot more often. I think the country would be better for it. She seems to kind of embody the bitterness that belongs in the Democrat party right now.”

Pelosi was far from the only stony-faced Democrat in the audience for Trump’s speech Tuesday, yet her expression was singled out by many on social media. 

Sanders said Democrats face a “big decision.” 

“They need to decide, Chris, do they love America more than they hate this president?” 

Despite Sanders assertion, there is ample evidence of Pelosi smiling, as seen in the gallery below. 

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  • Pelosi hands the gavel to the Speaker Paul Ryan before3 of 29
  • Vice President-elect Mike Pence and Pelosi speak to4 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks during the Democratic National Convention5 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks to supporters after Democratic House6 of 29
  • Pelosi talks with Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth7 of 29
  • Pelosi listens to Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., chairman8 of 29
  • Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate9 of 29
  • Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid speak10 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks during a rally outside the Supreme Court11 of 29
  • Nancy Pelosi and fellow female Democratic House members12 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill13 of 29
  • Incoming speaker John Boehner receives the gavel from14 of 29
  • Pelosi walks through Statuary Hall on Capitol Hill15 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks to the media while flanked by Reps. Steny16 of 29
  • Pelosi delivers remarks alongside fellow House Democrats17 of 29
  • President Obama talks with Pelosi on Capitol Hill on18 of 29
  • Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid talks with Pelosi19 of 29
  • Pelosi hands off the financial rescue package that20 of 29
  • President Bush, left, whispers to Pelosi before delivering21 of 29
  • Pelosi wields the speaker's gavel after being elected22 of 29
  • Pelosi celebrates with leading Democrats and supporters23 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks to reporters about the indictment of24 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks at a gathering of House Democrats on25 of 29
  • Pelosi and Reps. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., left, and Steny26 of 29
  • Pelosi, the newly elected House minority leader, celebrates27 of 29
  • Pelosi gestures while speaking during a news conference28 of 29
  • Pelosi speaks to railroad workers at a rally on Feb.29 of 29

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