Pelosi suggests Trump’s early days in office, as neophytes to perform ‘brain surgery’

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Pelosi compares Trump to an unsuspecting surgeon

David Bossie responds to New York Times article.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, in a recently published profile of President Trump, gave a fierce critique of the President’s early months in office, suggesting that his “lack of knowledge” for the job was to be the equivalent of someone without a medical degree “are asked to lead with the brain surgery.”

“The bigger problem, the thing people have to understand is that he was completely unprepared,” Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a New York Times story published this weekend over Trump, the daily routine. “It would be like you or I go in a room and asked for brain surgery. If you have a lack of knowledge, as big as his, it is confusing.”

Pelosi proposed an on-and-off political relationship with trump, that might even Trump couldn’t vote at first, as a first-time candidate is excited to be a political veteran such as Democrat Hillary Clinton, the President, but that he found something.

“First of all, there was a thread that she was an impostor, said in his head,” she said. “He’s overcome that by now.”

After he has met at the front of the Democrats ” largely anti-Trump message during the 2016 elections largely unsuccessful for your party, Pelosi, and with the trump a few times, to falsify in order to try to make some bipartisan legislative deals.

They joined Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, to discuss in September, several problems with trump, ended with an agreement to ensure that young illegal immigrants have some protection mechanisms to Trump the Obama leak-era Deferred action for Childhood arrivals.

Trump then crowed, congressional Republicans about his newly acquired “Chuck and Nancy” relationship on the rocks in the last month about the planned meeting. Schumer and Pelosi pulled out of the meeting to discuss end-of-the-legislative issues to Trump it handles on Twitter. But they finally met last week on the problems.

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