House Democrats are seizing on President Donald Trump’s first major speech to Congress Tuesday as an opportunity to troll the new president in prime time. Many of the same Democrats who boycotted Trump’s inauguration are choosing not to skip his first address to Congress as president, instead opting to bring guests directly affected by the administration’s controversial policies on immigration and refugees and Republican attempts to repeal Obamacare. “It’s my hope that gallery is going to look like America,” said Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.), who is leading an effort to have his colleagues bring diverse guests Tuesday and will be joined by Rhode Island Dr. Ehsun Mirza, a Muslim-American born in Pakistan. “It’s another reminder to the president that he’s not the arbiter of patriotism.” The effort is designed to put a human face on Trump’s immigration and refugee policies — and perhaps steal a bit of the spotlight from the president's big speech. Though it's unlikely to resonate much beyond Tuesday night, members said doing something is better than nothing. Once again Democrats are doing everything to kill their own party, and the funny thing is they don't understand that their behavior is doing this. The only trouble that Democrats will cause at Trump's speech before Congress on Tuesday, is by creating trouble for their own party...Because this will again look as bad as when the Democrats spent the night on the House floor for gun control measures back in June of 2016. Democrats in Washington really need to look at themselves in the mirror, because hundreds of thousands of lifelong Democrats actually voted for Trump in the General election...And this continued moaning and childish behavior will only turn more Democrat Americans into Trumpocrats for the 2020 election. Keep crying and throwing the fits of children Democrats...For you are only destroying your own party by fighting and crying about things that are illegal in America which President Trump is getting rid of. Hey maybe since Trump is President, the sergeant At Arms in the House might actually be able to do their job this time around.