nearvideo Pelosi wishes Trump’s family, management and staff would stage intervention” for the good of the country
Call Trump the decision to abruptly of his White house meeting with Democratic heads of state and government to be a ‘temper tantrum,’ House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that they will pray for the President.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday urged the members of the family Trump, White house employees and government representatives on the stage an “intervention” for President trump, after claiming that he had a “tantrum” for a day.
During her weekly press conference, Pelosi, D-Calif., was asked about the controversial and short meeting at the White house on Wednesday between the President and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, originally scheduled to debate a possible cross-party infrastructure business.
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Minutes before the meeting, Pelosi accused the President, “in a cover-up” with respect to the Russia-investigation. Trump didn’t want to stay, and meeting with Democratic leaders for more than a few minutes, and blasted Pelosi’s comments moments.
“The President rushed out, struck the table, walked out the door,” Pelosi told reporters. “Another tantrum, again, I pray for the President of the United States. I hope that his family, the administration, and its employees would be an intervention for the good of the country.”
Pelosi is also claimed that the President was with your remarks about a “cover-up” as an “excuse” not to negotiate with the Democrats.
“That’s not the reason [he] was to do an apology for him,” she said. “Well, I really believe that the President has a bag of tricks, and the White house has a bag of tricks, save for certain [situations.]”
Pelosi said that the President is to distract the good “of the problems he has, and tries to change the subject.”
“He’s trying to say, it’s because I said cover-up. We have said that a cover-up for a while,” she said.
Pelosi echoed back her earlier claims that the President has “obstructed justice in plain sight.”
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“It can’t be denied,” Pelosi said. “This can be impeachable offenses, but we would like to follow the facts, the truth to the American people, with a recognition that no one is above the law, and… that the President in a cover-up.”
With regard to the impeachment, Pelosi said that it is a “very sectarian way, in our country,” but said Democrats in Congress will get “the facts.”
“[The facts] can be said to a place where the [impeachment] is inevitable,” she said. “But we are not in this place.”
In the meantime, said the President on Thursday morning, despite Pelosi’s statements a “tantrum”, “he was very quiet.”
“I was very quiet yesterday with my meeting with Pelosi and Schumer, knowing that you would have to say, I raged, what you always do together with your partner, the Fake news to the media. Well, so many stories about the encounter, use the anger narrative eh Fake & Corrupt press!” Trump tweeted Thursday.
Moments later, responded to Schumer: “I would describe his behaviour so excited.”
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After the meeting Wednesday, Trump made a statement in the White House Rose Garden and said that he could not negotiate “under these circumstances”.”
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.”
“These fake studies about the” Trump said on Wednesday.