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Kelly Anne Conway fires back at the “rich” Pelosi, according to clash: “treat me as’ their ‘maid’

nearvideo Kelly Anne Conway says President Trump never raised his voice, Pelosi and Schumer

Advisor of President Trump, Kelly Anne Conway, the President says the work with the Democrats on the infrastructure once Democrats are ready to ‘play.’

President-consultant Kelly Anne Conway accused Nancy Pelosi will treat you as their “maid”, as they fired back at the speaker of the house of representatives Thursday after a tense meeting in the White house.

The counselors of President Trump gave your side of the story on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” after that came out, that Pelosi brushed her off, a day earlier, saying that she would not speak to “employees.”

The clash a meeting with Democratic leaders on infrastructure amid complaints about its investigations into him happened after Trump cut short. Conway told Fox News that Pelosi went on to give a “strange” history of the infrastructure in America, when Conway asked if you want to, “to some of the specifics that the President talked about it.”

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“You said …” I don’t speak with the President, I talk with staff,” says Conway recalled on Thursday. “You know, let’s face it, it is the sixth-most-rich member of Congress. She treats everyone like they are your employees.”

Pelosi is among the richest members in Congress, although the actual ranking varies depending on how it is calculated.

But Conway added: “she treats me like I’m a girl, either your room or your driver or your pilot or your make-up artist and I’m not. And I said to her: “how very pro-woman of you’ … this is not a very pro-woman.”

The meeting with Trump, Pelosi, and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, fell apart in a matter of minutes. Pelosi, moments earlier, accused the President that “in a cover-up” with respect to the Russia-investigation. Trump abruptly ended their session, and then the Democrat Respondent-led research in a Rose garden statement.

On the podium, Trump Pelosi said in the comments, and to negotiate the Democratic-led probe, prevented her from coming.

“You can’t do it under these circumstances,” Trump said. “This fake investigation over with.”

He added that he wanted to negotiate on the infrastructure, with the two Democratic leaders, but “to go instead of walking like in a meeting, I to on people look who have just said that I was doing a cover-up.”

He added: “I do not do cover-ups.”

Later in the day, Pelosi, the President of the Commission has accused an “impeachable offense.”

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“The fact is, in plain sight, in the public domain, this President is obstruction of justice, and he is engaged said in a cover-up,” Pelosi. “And that might be an impeachable offense.”

At the same time, Pelosi this week scrambled to tamp down calls from rank-and-file Democrats has to start impeachment proceedings against the President. She held a closed meeting on Wednesday with the Democratic caucus, to discuss their struggles with the administration.

When asked about their managed members, Pelosi said: “It is not a question of belief. We were just a ways of exchange of information and points of view.”

The meeting went as one of the top Democrats have constantly high pressure on the Trump administration’s dangers. On Tuesday, the justice Department reached an agreement with house Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., to turn some documents in connection with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, in a rare de-escalation. But he came only after the Democrats issued a summons, one of many, the Democrats in Congress, allowed for the trump-related investigations. You also have could be a contempt citation against attorney General Bill Barr and do followed the same for the ex-White House counsel Don McGahn.

But as for infrastructure, Schumer the President of “looking for any excuse not accused of” to pursue a bipartisan plan.

Last month, Schumer and Pelosi, in a $2 trillion infrastructure spending package, said Trump had agreed to support you. But, at the time, they said that decisions had not been taken, as the figures for the planning. The President – a real estate developer before he was elected President – of the a long time has tried to propose a large infrastructure deal, but has some resistance from the conservatives in his party, concerns about the country’s rising debt.

But questions remained about whether Pelosi and Schumer can strike deal with Trump on infrastructure, as a Congress-Democrats “ramp-up” investigations of the President and the subpoena of members of his administration in the Wake of the publication of Müller-Russia-report.

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