in the vicinityVideoBret Baier says the feud between President Trump and Democrats brings more ” rubber in the gears of Washington
President Trump says he will not work with the Democrats, until at the end of your ‘wrong tests’; the reaction and the analysis of the ‘Special Report’ anchor Bret Baier.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., President Trump do not knock the behavior, suggesting he was “President”, as he is her “Crazy Nancy” during a press conference on Thursday.
“If the ‘extremely stable genius” begins, the more the President, I will be happy to work with him on infrastructure, trade and other issues,” she tweeted in response to a quote from trump.
Trump, who claimed during his press conference on Thursday that Pelosi had “lost.” “It is not the same person. You lost it…. She’s a mess,” he said.
TRUMP CALLS OUT PELOSI FOR ACCUSING HIM OF “COVER-UP” DURING THE MEETING-INFRASTRUCTURE
Trump, Pelosi, and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, met on Wednesday but the meeting was cut short. Trump left the meeting, declared that he would not work with the Democrats on the infrastructure until investigations into his administration deleted.
At its weekly press conference on Thursday, Pelosi claimed that Trump had a “tantrum” and suggested its employees to stage an “intervention.” Trump tried to set the record straight on Thursday to testify by asking its advisers to its “rest” position during the session.
Trump has Congress subpoenas refused, while the Democrats continue to press for more information the following Special Counsel Robert Miller’s report.
KELLY ANNE CONWAY, NANCY PELOSI CLASH TO TRUMP WITH DEMOCRATS TO CUT MEETING SHORT
On Twitter, the President defended himself as “extremely quiet” and blasted to track Democrats, the Russia investigation.
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“If the Democrats in Congress to rework the 5. time to find your Fake work on their very disappointing Mueller report, you will have the time to do the ACTUAL work of the people done. You move fast!” he called.
Fox News’ Frank Miles and the Associated Press contributed to this report.