'RHOC' Star Tamra Judge Shades Ryan Vieth, Labels Spencer 'Kindest' Son

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By Whitney Vasquez on September 6, 2019 at 4:47 AM EDT


"Real Housewives of Orange County" star Tamra Judge subtly shaded her oldest son by labeling her youngest, Spencer Barney, the "kindest" one.

The Bravo diva made the bold declaration on Instagram Thursday, but must have realized her mistake because she quickly removed it after the post picked up momentum.

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Tamra shared the post dedicated to the 18-year-old and wrote, "#tbt The kindest son (most of the time) a mother could ask for."

She added, "proud of you Spencer."

The issue with declaring her love for Spencer is that she's appearing to take his side in his recent political feud with her oldest son, Ryan Veith.

On this season's "RHOC" premiere, fans saw the aftermath after the brothers exchanged verbal blows over President Donald Trump.

Ryan is a die-hard supporter of Trump and Spencer has the complete opposite political views.

Fans watched as Tamra pleaded for the duo to sit down and talk it out.

Ryan wasn't having it and said that Spencer labeled him a "racist" after he stated, "I was building [Trump's] wall. And just because I said that, he thought I was racist."

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The "Real Housewife" revealed the fight got so heated the brothers almost exchanged blows.

"I don't care," Ryan said, "There's nothing wrong with loving America."

Tamra replied, "I don't mind loving America, but you said you were gonna punch him in the face."

Tamra recently appeared on The Daily Dish podcast and gave an update on where her sons currently stand.

Spoiler -- she says Ryan and Spencer have worked out their differences.

"You'll actually see them this season working out their differences," Tamra said, but she's got one rule.

"They're not allowed to talk about politics and they don't follow each other on social media."

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