Democrats rib Trump after address to Congress

om Perez, left, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and deputy chairman Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., prepare for an interview in Statuary Hall before President Donald Trump addressed a joint session of Congress in the Capitol, February 28, 2017.
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Many Democrats spent Tuesday night ribbing President Donald Trump during and after his speech before a joint session of Congress.

Tom Perez, the new chair of the Democratic National Committee, mocked Trump's "buy American, and hire American" line.

Perez's tweet included a photo of a "Donald J. Trump: Signature Collection" tie that appears to be made in China.

Press Secretary Sean Spicer tweeted "That. Was. A. Grand. Slam. ," after the speech. The New Hampshire Democratic Party responded, " If. You. Had. To. Tweet. That. It. Wasn't."

Many female lawmakers wore all white, a nod to the suffrage movement.

NBC News reported earlier that several Democrats invited guests who represented groups most adversely impacted by the president's policies.