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Democrats storm the White house conference on Syria; reaction and analysis on ‘the Five.’
The former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Thursday took aim at “hypocrites” in the media, she says, have branded House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a hero for pointing the finger at President Trump — despite calling Brewer a racist for something similar to the former President Obama.
“The media hails @speaker Pelosi as a hero for pointing the finger at @POTUS @realDonaldTrump but if I got up to @BarackObama, I was vilified, how rude and racist,” she tweeted.
Trump on Wednesday tweeted a picture of the controversial White house conference on Syria, the show, Pelosi, D-Calif., pointed the finger at him as they argued back and forth. Democrats finally stormed out of the meeting, accusing the trombone with the name of the speaker, a “third-rate politician.”
“Nervous Nancy steered collapse!” he tweeted with the photo.
But Pelosi made it soon to her Twitter banner, and it was quickly celebrated by some in the media as a victory for the speaker.
“Trump, Nancy Pelosi ‘meltdown’ tweet was the perfect self-own. Here is the reason,” said an ABC News opinion piece.
“The White house photo clearly shows that the last man is in this room, in fact, Nancy Pelosi,” it gushed.
Brewer contrasts it with the media treatment of her when she “Stand [Obama.]” She was referring to a tense 2012 Asphalt meeting between her and the former President. According to Brewer, the President objected to her portrayal of him as dismissive and condescending in her book, “Scorpions for Breakfast.”
The cameras caught you waving your finger at Obama, something for which she has received a flood of criticism. A New York Times op-ed, for example, Brewer of the treatment, the President accused “, as if he lad some run-and not the commander-in-chief.”
The Washington Free Beacon, which on Friday released a video with the title “A tale of Two fingers,” the comparison of the treatment of Brewer and Pelosi, the show anchor, and commented on, praised the “iconic” photo of Pelosi “standing in a room full of men,” before contrasting that with the help of media voices complaining about Brewer’s “incredibly disrespectful” treatment of Obama.
“I was vilified, how rude and racist. Such Hypocrites!” Brewer said.