HomePolitical NewsPresident Trump Replies to Rashida Tlaib Video: 'We're Not Dealing With a Sane Person' Mike Vance July 25, 2019 Earlier this week a Rashida Tlaib video went viral. It showed her being dragged out of a campaign event in 2016 by Secret Service agents. During the video Tlaib is trying to break free from the security and screaming, "You guys are crazy!" to the people in attendance. "You're an animal," someone fires back. If you haven't seen the video you can check it out here: My god! Tlaib back in 2016. pic.twitter.com/7RNRpv32TO — Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) July 20, 2019 During the situation Trump stayed calm and thanked security for removing her. He then came with a classic Trump quip, "The Bernie Sanders people have far more energy and spirit." Democrat Rashida Tlaib exploded at then-candidate Donald Trump as he gave his economic policy speech on 08/08/2016 at the Detroit Economic Club Notice how Trump is calm and does not agitate the situation as Tlaib has a public meltdown and has to be physically removed by security pic.twitter.com/ielSryzNFV — Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) July 21, 2019 President Trump spoke on the issue while at the Turning Points USA Student Action summit on Tuesday. He talked about the group called "AOC+3" which includes AOC along with Tlaib, Rep. Ilhan Omar and Rep. Ayanna Pressley. He referred to Tlaib as "vicious" and a "crazed lunatic." President Trump Responds to Rashida Tlaib Video That's not the only time Tlaib has came completely unglued. There was the video where she said, "We're going to impeach the motherf***er." ‘We’re gonna impeach the motherf-----’: Rep. Rashida Tlaib on Trump https://t.co/kJzmlmnbal — Britton George (@BuckeyeSquadron) July 20, 2019 Tlaib gave every freshman in Congress a book on impeaching President Trump when she arrived in DC. This shows just how bad of a case of Trump Derangement Syndrome she was. It appears she had one goal as a congresswoman, to impeach President Trump, and so far she has failed miserably. It will be interesting to see how she responds during his re-election in 2020.