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The President and the speaker of the house of representatives exchange jabs as a partisan feud escalates; reactions and analysis from the “Special Report” All-Stars.
President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi-lasting disputes, the theatre aims to their respective Republican and Democratic voters are the basics, according to Byron York.
York claimed on Thursday on “Special Report” Trump and Pelosi are playing “for their principles” and is motivated by the attempt to keep their voters happy.
“I think a lot of back-and-forth between them, theatre is, in fact,” he said. “The democratic base wants to see Nancy Pelosi stand President trump, and the Republican base wants to see stand up President Trump to Nancy Pelosi.”
TRUMP GOES AFTER PELOSI, HAS to CONFIRM to THE White HOUSE OFFICIALS THAT HE WAS CALM AT THE MEETING
Pelosi, D-Calif., screwing with Trump earlier Thursday, said they “pray” for him and his family hit the stage an “intervention.”
Their comments came after the trump cut color short, a White house meeting on infrastructure, with the President demanding Democrats stop their “false investigation”, before you continue.
However, to present, despite saying it is still largely theatre, York, has said serious political consequences could be on the table to fester if the dispute continued.
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“I think it’s going to Democrats, said” if we are serious, we have said an impeachment investigation,”” York.