On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump delivered his first speech to a joint session of Congress. The speech received reviews mostly along party lines, with some of his strongest supporters praising one moment in particular.

Tomi on Trump

Since his inauguration in January, Donald Trump has been forced to deal with controversy over a variety of issues. While his immigration plans, "Muslim ban" executive order, and his tirades on Twitter have dominated the headlines, it was a botched raid in Yemen that has now made its way into the news. Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens was killed last month during the aforementioned raid in Yemen, which also resulted in the deaths of as many as 30 civilians, and 14 al-Qaeda members.

During the speech to Congress, Trump invited and praised Owens, who's wife, Carryn Owens, was in attendance. Owens' wife received a standing ovation, despite criticism from Democrats who blame Trump for the messy execution of the raid. As seen on the March 1 edition of "Final Thoughts" on the Blaze TV, conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren decided to give her opinion.

"That was one hell of a speech last night, and let me start off by saying I am damn proud that Donald J. Trump is indeed our president," Tomi Lahren said. "The fact some Democrats and Hollywood nutcases are not happy with that speech shows just how out of touch they are with the American people," she continued. Lahren then went on to smear liberals for not pointing out that Trump spoke about Black History Month and condemned the recent rise in anti-Semitic attacks.

At this point, Tomi Lahren applauded Donald Trump for using the term "radical Islamic terror" to describe groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda.

Lahren then shifted her focus to Carryn Ryan and her actions during the speech, which received a standing ovation over two minutes.

Tomi on Owens

"To the women who march in the streets with F-Trump signs and pink hats.

To the women whose mission in life is to get free birth control and abortions. To the women in Hollywood who proudly declare they are 'nasty women,'" Tomi Lahren said, before shouting, "maybe you should take a long hard look at Carryn Owens." Not stopping there, the right-wing social media star then accused Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Rep. Keith Ellison of not taking part in the standing ovation for Carryn Owens, though that allegation was debunked earlier in the day by the fact-checking sites Snopes. Lahren concluded her comments by ripping further into liberals and Democrats, as the divide in the media continues.