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Một Thượng nghị sĩ Tiểu bang California bị buộc phải rời phòng họp sau khi Chỉ trích một nghị sĩ quá cố khác trong chiến tranh Việt Nam

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SACRAMENTO, California -. Một nhà lập pháp California đã bị buộc phải rời phòng họp Thượng viện Tiểu bang sau khi từ chối ngưng phát biểu chỉ trích Thượng nghị sĩ Tiểu Bang Tom Hayden (đã quá cố) về vai trò lãnh đạo của ông trong phong trào chống chiến tranh Việt Nam của những năm 1960’s.

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Thượng nghị sĩ Cộng hòa Janet Nguyễn đã sống ở miền Nam Việt Nam từ một đứa trẻ và vượt biên với gia đình của mình khi chính phủ VNCH được sự hậu thuẩn của Hoa Kỳ sụp đổ. Cô phát biểu trong một phần của phiên họp Thượng viện dành để tưởng niệm những người đã chết, và vị thượng nghị sĩ chủ trì ra lệnh an ninh để buộc cô rời phòng họp hôm thứ năm.

Một số thượng sĩ canh gác bao quanh cô Nguyễn và nhẹ nhàng đẩy nhẹ cô về phía cửa ra vào. Nguyễn né họ và tiếp tục la hét những đoạn từ bài phát biểu của mình trong gần một phút trong khi vị TNS chủ trì thuộc đảng Dân chủ chủ nhiều lần nói cô ấy dừng lại.

Image: Janet Nguyen

Hình ảnh: Janet Nguyễn
Trong hình ảnh này được làm từ một video di động cho thấy Thượng nghị sĩ Janet Nguyễn đảng Cộng hòa bị loại khỏi sàn Thượng viện ở Sacramento, Calif., Thứ 5 Tháng Hai 23, 2017, bà Nguyễn đã bị buộc phải rời sàn Thượng viện tiểu bang sau khi từ chối ngưng bài phát biểu chỉ trích Thượng nghị sĩ tiểu bang quá cố Tom Hayden về vai trò lãnh đạo của ông trong phong trào chống chiến tranh Việt Nam của năm 1960’s. Jonathan Cooper / AP

“Tôi có đầy đủ quyền để nói thay mặt cho 500.000 người Mỹ gốc Việt sinh sống tại California”, Nguyễn hét lên trước khi rời khỏi phòng khi một thượng nghị sĩ khác cho biết ý kiến của mình rằng phát biểu như thế là thiếu tôn trọng và không phù hợp.

Bà Nguyễn đại diện cho một phần của Quận Cam được gọi là Little Saigon, nơi có dân số NV lớn nhất bên ngoài Việt Nam. Nhiều người bỏ chạy khỏi miền Nam Việt Nam đã đổ lỗi cho các phong trào của Mỹ chống chiến tranh phá hoại các lực lượng Mỹ và góp phần vào thắng lợi của miền Bắc cộng sản.

Cuộc đối đầu tại Thượng viện đã thu hút một sự khiển trách giận từ đảng Cộng hòa đồng đảng với bà Nguyễn, những người nói cô đã bị bịt miệng.

“Tôi rất ít khi tức giận, và tôi vô cùng tức giận tại thời điểm này,” lãnh đạo thiểu số Jean Fuller của Bakersfield nói.

Janet Nguyen

Janet Nguyễn
Cùng với các nhà lập pháp đảng Cộng hòa đồng và các cựu chiến binh, Thượng nghị sĩ bang Janet Nguyễn tuyên bố một đề xuất sửa đổi hiến pháp để ngăn chặn các trường đại học được công khai tài trợ từ tiền thuế để nghiêm cấm cờ Mỹ (ở ĐH), tại một cuộc họp báo ở Sacramento, California vào ngày 9, năm 2015. Rich Pedroncelli / AP

Đảng Dân chủ cho biết bà Nguyễn vi phạm các quy định của Thượng viện với những lời chỉ trích của mình và có thể tuyên bố những ý kiến đó nếu cô chờ đợi cho đến khi sau này trong phiên giao dịch và yêu cầu được phát biểu.

“Chính xác là Cô ấy đạt được những gì cô ấy mong muốn, đó là phong cảnh bị bịt miệng. Cô muốn tạo một cảnh cho vùng của mình,” Dan Reeves, chánh văn phòng của Chủ Tịch Thượng viện Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, một người Dân chủ của Los Angeles cho biết.

De Leon nói rằng ông “bức xúc” bởi cuộc xung đột và sẽ tiến hành đánh giá nội bộ. Ông cho biết các quy tắc đã được giải thích bà Nguyễn và nhân viên của họ trước đó.

Nguyễn, người phụ nữ Mỹ gốc Việt đầu tiên được bầu vào cơ quan lập pháp bang California, đã được sinh ra ở Sài Gòn và vượt biên với gia đình trên một chiếc thuyền gỗ nhỏ, theo tiểu sử của bà. Sau khi đi qua một loạt các trại tị nạn, gia đình cô đến California vào năm 1981.

Hayden là một sinh viên cấp tiến trong những năm 1960 và đã giúp tổ chức các cuộc biểu tình chống chiến tranh. Sau đó ông trở thành một nhà lập pháp và sau này trở thành chính khách lão thành lề trái của đất nước. Ông qua đời vào tháng Mười (2016), và Thượng viện đã tổ chức một lễ tưởng niệm cho ông hôm thứ ba.
“” Tôi rất ít khi tức giận, và tôi vô cùng tức giận tại thời điểm này. “”

Hôm thứ Năm, bà Nguyễn bắt đầu bài phát biểu của mình bằng tiếng Việt Nam trước khi chuyển sang tiếng Anh. Khi Thủ Lãnh đa số Bill Monning cho biết cô đã nói ra không trong vòng trật tự, micro của cô đã bị cắt. Cô tiếp tục nói nhưng người chủ tọa, đảng Dân chủ, Thượng nghị sĩ Ricardo Lara của Bell Gardens, nhiều lần nói với cô ấy trở về chỗ ngồi của mình và cuối cùng đã ra lệnh buộc cô rời phòng họp.

Theo một bản sao bằng văn bản của bài phát biểu của cô Nguyễn cung cấp bởi văn phòng của cô, cô có kế hoạch để nói rằng Hayden “toa rập với một chính quyền cộng sản đã bắt làm nô lệ và / hoặc giết chết hàng triệu người Việt Nam, bao gồm cả các thành viên trong gia đình của tôi.”

Sau khi được hộ tống ra khỏi Thượng viện, đảng Cộng hòa đồng nghiệp của cô Nguyễn cho biết cô đã chọn không chỉ trích Hayden trong khi gia đình ông đã tham dự trong lễ tưởng niệm hai ngày trước đó, dành những lời chỉ trích của mình cho các phiên họp tiếp theo.

Cuộc xung đột vang vọng một đám bụi khác tại Thượng viện Hoa Kỳ vào đầu tháng này, khi đảng Cộng hòa đã kết thúc bài phát biểu của Thượng nghị sĩ Dân chủ Elizabeth Warren Massachusetts, nói rằng cô đã vi phạm quy định của Thượng viện khi chỉ trích nhân cách của TNS Jeff Sessions khi cô có lời tuyên bố về việc đề cử ông ấy cho chức vụ BT Tư PhápHoa Kỳ.

Chuyện bà Nguyễn cũng đổ thêm dầu vào lửa khi phe bảo thủ lợi dụng cơ hội này tố cáo là những phe lề phải (Cộng Hòa) thường bị bịt miệng bởi những Chủ Tọa lề tự do (Dân Chủ) khi theo đuổi quy tắc chính trị đúng đắn. Nhiều người bên phải bị xúc phạm ba tuần trước khi Đại học California, Berkeley, hủy bỏ một bài phát biểu của nhà bình luận gây tranh cãi Milo Yiannopoulos khi một cuộc biểu tình bởi các nhà phê bình tổ chức biến thành bạo lực.

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California State Senator Removed After Criticizing Late Lawmaker over Vietnam War

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A California lawmaker was removed from the state Senate floor after refusing to stop delivering a speech criticizing late state Sen. Tom Hayden for his leadership role in the anti-Vietnam War movement of the 1960s.

Republican Sen. Janet Nguyen lived in South Vietnam as a child and fled with her family when its U.S.-backed government fell. She spoke during a portion of the Senate session reserved for memorializing people who have died, and the presiding senator told security to remove her Thursday.

Several sergeants-at-arms surrounded Nguyen and gently nudged her toward the door. Nguyen dodged them and continued yelling passages from her speech for nearly a minute as the presiding Democrat repeatedly told her to stop.

Image: Janet NguyenIn this image made from a mobile video shows Republican Sen. Janet Nguyen being removed from the Senate floor in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. Nguyen was removed from the state Senate floor after refusing to stop delivering a speech criticizing late state Sen. Tom Hayden for his leadership role in the anti-Vietnam War movement of the 1960s. Jonathan Cooper / AP

“I have every right to speak on behalf of the 500,000” Vietnamese-Americans living in California, Nguyen yelled before leaving the chamber as another senator said her comments were disrespectful and inappropriate.

Nguyen represents a portion of Orange County known as Little Saigon, home to the largest Vietnamese population outside Vietnam. Many fled South Vietnam and blame the U.S. anti-war movement for undermining American forces and contributing to the victory by the communist North.

The Senate confrontation drew an angry rebuke from Nguyen’s fellow Republicans, who said she was being silenced.

“I very seldom get enraged, and I am deeply enraged at this moment,” said Minority Leader Jean Fuller of Bakersfield.

Janet NguyenAccompanied by fellow GOP lawmakers and veterans, State Senator Janet Nguyen announces a proposed constitutional amendment to block publicly funded universities from banning the American flag, at a news conference in Sacramento, California on March 9, 2015. Rich Pedroncelli / AP

Democrats said Nguyen violated the Senate’s parliamentary rules with her criticism and could have delivered the same comments if she had waited until later in the session and made a motion.

“She got exactly what she wanted, which wasn’t to speak. She wanted to create a scene for her district,” said Dan Reeves, chief of staff to Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, a Los Angeles Democrat.

De Leon said he’s “troubled” by the conflict and will conduct an internal review. He said the rules were explained to Nguyen and her staff beforehand.

Nguyen, the first Vietnamese-American woman elected to the California Legislature, was born in Saigon and fled with her family on a small wooden boat, according to her legislative biography. After passing through a series of refugee camps, her family arrived in California in 1981.

Hayden was a student radical in the 1960s and helped organize protests against the war. He later became a legislator and elder statesman of the country’s left. He died in October, and the Senate held a memorial for him Tuesday.

“I very seldom get enraged, and I am deeply enraged at this moment.”

On Thursday, Nguyen began her speech in Vietnamese before switching to English. When Majority Leader Bill Monning said she was speaking out of order, her microphone was shut off. She kept speaking as the presiding Democrat, Sen. Ricardo Lara of Bell Gardens, repeatedly told her to take her seat and eventually ordered her removed.

According to a written copy of Nguyen’s speech provided by her office, she planned to say that Hayden “sided with a communist government that enslaved and/or killed millions of Vietnamese, including members of my own family.”

After she was escorted from the Senate, Nguyen’s Republican colleagues said she chose not to criticize Hayden while his family was in attendance during the memorial two days earlier, saving her criticism for the next floor session.

The conflict echoed a dust-up in the U.S. Senate earlier this month, when Republicans ended a speech by Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, saying she violated Senate rules and impugned the character of then-Sen. Jeff Sessions as she criticized his nomination for U.S. attorneygeneral.

It also adds fuel for conservatives who have seized on instances they say represent right-leaning speakers being silenced by liberals in the pursuit of political correctness. Many on the right were outraged three weeks ago when the University of California, Berkeley, canceled a speech by controversial commentator Milo Yiannopoulos when a campus protest organized by critics turned violent.

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GOP senator, a Vietnamese refugee, removed from California Senate floor after criticizing Tom Hayden

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PUBLISHED: February 23, 2017 at 12:32 pm | UPDATED: February 24, 2017 at 4:43 am

SACRAMENTO — Republican legislators are decrying what they call a free-speech violation after Sen. Janet Nguyen, an Orange County Republican, was forcibly removed from the Senate floor Thursday morning during an attempt to criticize the late California Sen. Tom Hayden.

The unusual scene, captured on video, shows the Vietnamese-American lawmaker being led from the floor by Capitol security officers.

Nguyen, who fled communist Vietnam with her family and arrived in the U.S. in the early 1980s when she was a young child, is critical of Hayden’s anti-Vietnam War activism. Hayden, who died in October, is a polarizing figure in the Vietnamese-American community, as is his former wife, actress Jane Fonda, who was widely accused during the Vietnam War of giving “aid and comfort” to the North Vietnamese enemy.

Hayden was memorialized in the Assembly earlier in the week. So Nguyen rose Tuesday to criticize his radical legacy, speaking first in Vietnamese and then in English. She was told repeatedly by presiding Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, that she was out of order.

Nguyen’s microphone was turned off, but she continued talking. Lara later ordered sergeant-at-arms officers to escort her out of the room.

Outraged, the Senate GOP Caucus began circulating video footage and repurposing the popular hashtag #shepersisted — created after U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, was recently silenced while trying to read a letter from Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King Jr.’s widow, on the Senate floor. The letter, written in 1986, was highly critical of Sen. Jeff Sessions, now President Donald Trump’s attorney general.

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Here is a portion of @SenJanetNguyen free speech being silenced as she was removed from the Senate Chambers.For full https://vimeo.com/205434558

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“I’m enraged at the violation to free speech, our Constitution and the precedent this sets,” Senate Republican leader Jean Fuller, told the Sacramento Bee. “I do not believe a Democratic staffer should be able to tell one of the elected members that they are not allowed to use their freedom of speech rights to represent their people. All of her comments were legitimately representing the people in her district.”

Fuller is asking the Senate Rules Committee to look into what happened.

Asked about the incident during an unrelated news conference on Thursday, Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León said he was “unsettled across the board” about what happened.

In a statement released later in the day, the Senate leader said the removal of a senator should be “an absolute last resort” and that he would be conducting an internal review of the incident.

“To be very clear, every senator has the right to speak for their constituents, including Senator Nguyen, a Vietnamese refugee who represents an incredibly diverse community,” he wrote. “At the same time, to maintain order so every senator can be heard, we all observe a clear set of parliamentary rules, which were explained beforehand to Senator Nguyen and her staff who asked to speak on a specific issue.

“… This is the people’s house, and we have an obligation to our constituents and our democratic process to maintain an environment that respects one another, civil discourse, and promotes the spirit of free expression on which our government is founded.”

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California Senator Removed After Criticizing Late Lawmaker

A California lawmaker was removed from the state Senate floor after refusing to stop delivering a speech criticizing former state Sen. Tom Hayden for his anti-Vietnam War activism.

Feb. 23, 2017, at 10:35 p.m.

By JONATHAN J. COOPER, Associated Press

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A California lawmaker was removed from the state Senate floor Thursday after refusing to stop delivering a speech criticizing late state Sen. Tom Hayden for his leadership role in the anti-Vietnam War movement of the 1960s.

Republican Sen. Janet Nguyen lived in South Vietnam as a child and fled with her family when its U.S.-backed government fell. She spoke during a portion of the Senate session reserved for memorializing people who have died, and the presiding senator told security to remove her.

Several sergeants-at-arms surrounded Nguyen and gently nudged her toward the door. Nguyen dodged them and continued yelling passages from her speech for nearly a minute as the presiding Democrat repeatedly told her to stop.

“I have every right to speak on behalf of the 500,000” Vietnamese-Americans living in California, Nguyen yelled before leaving the chamber as another senator said her comments were disrespectful and inappropriate.

Nguyen represents a portion of Orange County known as Little Saigon, home to the largest Vietnamese population outside Vietnam. Many fled South Vietnam and blame the U.S. anti-war movement for undermining American forces and contributing to the victory by the communist North.

The Senate confrontation drew an angry rebuke from Nguyen’s fellow Republicans, who said she was being silenced.

“I very seldom get enraged, and I am deeply enraged at this moment,” said Minority Leader Jean Fuller of Bakersfield.

Democrats said Nguyen violated the Senate’s parliamentary rules with her criticism and could have delivered the same comments if she had waited until later in the session and made a motion.

“She got exactly what she wanted, which wasn’t to speak. She wanted to create a scene for her district,” said Dan Reeves, chief of staff to Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, a Los Angeles Democrat.

De Leon said he’s “troubled” by the conflict and will conduct an internal review. He said the rules were explained to Nguyen and her staff beforehand.

Nguyen, the first Vietnamese-American woman elected to the California Legislature, was born in Saigon and fled with her family on a small wooden boat, according to her legislative biography. After passing through a series of refugee camps, her family arrived in California in 1981.

Hayden was a student radical in the 1960s and helped organize protests against the war. He later became a legislator and elder statesman of the country’s left. He died in October, and the Senate held a memorial for him Tuesday.

On Thursday, Nguyen began her speech in Vietnamese before switching to English. When Majority Leader Bill Monning said she was speaking out of order, her microphone was shut off. She kept speaking as the presiding Democrat, Sen. Ricardo Lara of Bell Gardens, repeatedly told her to take her seat and eventually ordered her removed.

According to a written copy of Nguyen’s speech provided by her office, she planned to say that Hayden “sided with a communist government that enslaved and/or killed millions of Vietnamese, including members of my own family.”

After she was escorted from the Senate, Nguyen’s Republican colleagues said she chose not to criticize Hayden while his family was in attendance during the memorial two days earlier, saving her criticism for the next floor session.

The conflict echoed a dust-up in the U.S. Senate earlier this month, when Republicans ended a speech by Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, saying she violated Senate rules and impugned the character of then-Sen. Jeff Sessions as she criticized his nomination for U.S. attorney general.

It also adds fuel for conservatives who have seized on instances they say represent right-leaning speakers being silenced by liberals in the pursuit of political correctness. Many on the right were outraged three weeks ago when the University of California, Berkeley, canceled a speech by controversial commentator Milo Yiannopoulos when a campus protest organized by critics turned violent.

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California senator removed from floor after criticizing late lawmaker Tom Hayden
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This is California Senate footage of state Sen. Janet Nguyen, R-Garden Grove, attempting to give a speech criticizing the late Tom Hayden. She was removed from the floor by Senate security. Jim Miller jmiller

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The California Senate was thrown into chaos and anger on Thursday when a Republican member was forcibly removed from the floor for allegedly speaking out of turn during a session.

Republican colleagues say Sen. Janet Nguyen, R-Garden Grove, was silenced by the Democratic majority when the Senate sergeant-at-arms escorted her from the chamber as Nguyen tried to criticize the late Democratic lawmaker Tom Hayden for his stance against the Vietnam War.

“I’m enraged at the violation to free speech, our Constitution and the precedent this sets,” said Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller, who asked the Senate Rules Committee to look into what happened and make sure there is no “retribution” against Nguyen for the incident.

HAYDEN OBITUARY: Tom Hayden, ’60s activist and liberal statesman, dead at 76

Nguyen, a Vietnamese refugee who represents a large Vietnamese community in Orange County, said she was shaken up and “quite upset” at being removed. Two days after the Senate memorialized Hayden, who traveled to North Vietnam with then-wife Jane Fonda in 1974, Nguyen said she wanted to offer “another historical perspective.”

“He sided with the communist government that enslaved and killed millions of Vietnamese, including my family,” Nguyen said. Without U.S. support for South Vietnam, “I wouldn’t be here today. I would be dead.”

At an unrelated press conference later, Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León said he was “greatly unsettled (by) what took place on the floor.”

De León, a Los Angeles Democrat, agreed to the Rules Committee review and said he would talk to Nguyen and Fuller. But he added that the situation “could have easily been dealt with” if they had followed parliamentary procedure.

Nguyen attempted to make her comments during the adjourn-in-memory portion of the Senate floor session, when members typically offer tributes to constituents who have recently died. After first delivering her comments in Vietnamese, Nguyen was quickly cut off as she tried to repeat them in English.

“Members, today I recognize in memory the millions of Vietnamese and hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese refugees who died in seeking for freedom and democracy,” she said. “On Tuesday, you had an opportunity to honor Sen. Tom Hayden. With all due respect, I would like to offer this historical perspective …”

Presiding Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, interrupted Nguyen and gave the floor to Sen. Bill Monning, D-Carmel, who said Nguyen was out of order because she did not raise her objections during the Hayden tribute ceremony two days before. Nguyen continued to speak for several minutes, even as Lara repeatedly asked her to take a seat and then eventually ordered the sergeants to remove her.

“Sergeants, please remove Sen. Nguyen from the chamber,” Lara said. “Have her removed immediately. Sergeants, please remove Sen. Nguyen, she is out of order.”

I AM DEEPLY DISTURBED.

Sen. Jean Fuller, R-Bakersfield

The decision infuriated Republicans, including Fuller, who complained that Nguyen had been disrespected.

“Just last year we let one of our guests speak on the floor, a movie star that we had no protocol for doing so, and yet we’re shutting a member down,” she said. “I am deeply disturbed.”

One Democrat, Sen. Tony Mendoza of Artesia, defended Nguyen’s right to “say what she needed to say and express her feelings and thoughts about what she feels strongly about, especially as it relates to her district and community.” He said someone should have given her direction on the appropriate time to speak, “but to forcibly remove her, I think that’s too extreme.”

The end of the session shortly after did not quell the furor. Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, loudly complained that de León had cut the discussion short. Senate staff and colleagues moved in to calm him down.

Republican senators later took to social media to denounce the incident, comparing it to a controversy in Congress earlier this month when Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was prevented from reading a letter written by Coretta Scott King during a debate over the confirmation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

“This sad episode is a textbook case of men trying to silence a woman whose views they did not like,” Sen. Pat Bates, R-Laguna Niguel, said in a statement. She added the “#ShePersisted” hashtag that emerged after the Warren event.

Nguyen said she chose not to speak at the Hayden memorial on Tuesday out of respect to his family in attendance. She said she alerted de León’s office of her intention to make a “point of personal privilege” on Thursday and was informed by email Wednesday night that she could not do so.

The email, from de León chief of staff Dan Reeves, suggested that Nguyen post a statement on Facebook or her website instead. Nguyen said she was told that her comments would be “highly inappropriate” and that she should respect the right of others to have a different perspective on Hayden.

Feeling that she had no other option to make herself heard, Nguyen said she “put up my mike.”

I HOPE IT’S A LEARNING EXPERIENCE.

Dan Reeves, chief of staff to Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León

Reeves said his email was merely referring to Nguyen’s request to make a point of personal privilege, which would not be allowed because Hayden had never impugned her. He said he informed Nguyen on Thursday morning that she could instead speak on condition of the file at the end of session, when members are free to raise any subject.

“She proceeded nonetheless,” Reeves said shortly after the incident, necessitating her removal. “She got exactly what she wanted, which wasn’t to speak. She wanted to create a scene for her district.”

He later walked that sentiment back, conceding that “perhaps there was genuine confusion” and the response could have been handled better by all. He said the Rules Committee would help clarify the “appropriate response when a member speaks out of turn multiple times.”

“I hope it’s a learning experience,” Reeves said.

Nguyen, he added, will be free to make her comments about Hayden at the next Senate floor session on Monday.

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