Some of President Trump's opponents have criticized him for honoring the widow of fallen Navy SEAL during his first congressional address, arguing she was used as a "prop."

Carryn Owens, the widow of William "Ryan" Owens, who died in a U.S. Special Ops raid in Yemen last month, was brought to tears by a two-minute standing ovation during Trump's speech.

Michael Moore and Bill Maher accused Trump of using the grieving widow as a "prop," while "The View's" Sunny Hostin said it was "so exploitative."

Tomi Lahren and Bob Beckel joined Sean Hannity tonight to react to the most emotional moment of Trump's address and the liberal reaction.

Lahren, host of "Tomi" on The Blaze TV, said she was stunned by "condescending" liberals talking down to a grieving widow.

"Clearly, they could learn a thing or two from Carryn Owens," Lahren said. "All the women out there that are holding up their 'F Trump' signs and marching in their little pink hats, I would encourage them to look at someone like Carryn Owens and see what a real woman is and what real sacrifice looks like."

Beckel, co-host of "The Five," agreed that these remarks from some on the left are indefensible.

"The guy was an American hero," Beckel said. "At a minimum, the idea of being able to stand up for five minutes and applaud his widow seems to be perfectly legitimate."

Lahren argued that liberals still can't accept Trump as president, so they are forced to criticize everything about him, even a touching moment during an amazing speech.

"The left in its entirety is probably going to hate this, but that is our president," she said. "And I couldn't be happier."

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