While the vote on Tuesday largely fell on party lines – 235 Democrats voted "Yes," and 187 Republicans voted "No" – four Republicans and one independent voted in favor of the resolution
Rep. Will Hurd (TX-23)
"I think these tweets are racist and xenophobic," said Hurd. The four women they invoke are actually United States citizens. of the four are born here, and this is a behavior that is not true of the leader of the free world. "" It must be to talk about things that unite rather than divide us, "he added.
Rep. Susan Brooks (IN-05)
Brooks, who withdrew from Congress at the end of his term, wrote on Thursday that he voted to condemn Trump's "racially offensive remarks" because they "do not reflect US values ". Brooks added that she was "disappointed that Democrats refused to hold their own members responsible for their purposeful, anti-Semitic and hateful speech."
"We have to remember that our words are important and bear a lot of weight," she said. "Our words and the ways we deliver them have a lasting impact on those who listen to them."
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01
"I agree with many things the President does in terms of politics, tax reform, immigration when it comes to border security," he said. "What I disagree with the president is his tone, I'm Republican Ronald Reagan, and that's where I grew up."
Rep. Fred Upton (MI-06)
" If we want to bring civilization back to the center of our politics, we must speak against inflammatory rhetoric by anyone in any party when it happens. to continue, "he said.