WATCH: Dem rep: Trump's SOTU seemed 'reasonable,' but wait until 'his Adderall wears off'

A veteran Democratic lawmaker says President TrumpDonald John TrumpPence: It's not a "foregone conclusion" that lawmakers impeach Trump FBI identifies Pensacola shooter as Saudi Royal Saudi Air Force second lieutenant Trump calls Warren 'Pocahontas,' knocks wealth tax MORE's first State of the Union address "seems on its surface reasonable" but that Americans should wait until "his Adderall wears off" Wednesday morning

"It didn't deliver on substance. It wasn't inflammatory, for the most part. But we'll see what he tweets at 5 o'clock in the morning when his Adderall wears off," Rep. Peter DeFazioPeter Anthony DeFazioLawmakers to question FAA chief on 737 Max review The Hill's 12:30 Report: Pelosi accuses Trump of 'bribery' in Ukraine dealings Democratic chairman presses Transportation secretary over transparency in Boeing 737 Max probe MORE (D-Ore.) said in an interview with The Hill.

Fellow Democratic Rep. Tim RyanTimothy (Tim) RyanGM among partners planning .3B battery plant in Ohio San Francisco 49ers suspend announcer after reference to quarterback's 'dark skin' More than 100 Democrats sign letter calling for Stephen Miller to resign MORE (Ohio) called Trump "low-energy," described his speech as "uninspiring" and said he is waiting for sunrise, when Ryan anticipates the president will take to Twitter, "thumbs moving." 

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Freshman GOP Rep. Scott TaylorScott William TaylorDemocratic lawmaker invites Republican to town hall after he accuses her of dodging voters on impeachment Former GOP rep launches Senate campaign in Virginia Virginia special prosecutor indicts former GOP campaign staffer MORE (Va.) chuckled when asked what to expect from the president on Twitter Wednesday morning. "He surprises people sometimes," Taylor said. "But I think tonight was a good night for him and for the country."

"For Republicans, he hit it out of the park," Rep. Doug LambornDouglas (Doug) LambornOvernight Energy: Democrats grill BLM chief over plans to move headquarters | EPA moves to end its use of animal testing | Top NOAA official defends Trump over Alabama forecast Democrats grill BLM chief over plans to move officials out of DC Overnight Defense: Trump says he doesn't need exit strategy with Iran | McConnell open to vote on Iran war authorization | Senate panel advances bill to restrict emergency arms sales MORE (R-Colo.) said in an interview with The Hill — a sentiment echoed by several of his colleagues.

Other Republicans showed no love for stone-faced Democratic lawmakers who attended the Tuesday night speech.

"The Democrats, they showed their hatred for the president by everything he said, they would not agree with," said Rep. Ted PoeLloyd (Ted) Theodore PoeSenate Dem to reintroduce bill with new name after 'My Little Pony' confusion Texas New Members 2019 Cook shifts two House GOP seats closer to Dem column MORE (R-Texas).

"I don't even know why they were even there," Poe added. 

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DeFazio also called out Trump for using "20 props," referring to the president's guests sitting in the visitors' gallery, whose stories were featured in the nearly 90-minute address.

"It offends me that you call an American soldier who risked his life to save another one a 'prop,' " Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) fired back in an interview with The Hill.

Watch the video above to hear the lawmakers in their own words.