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Fox & Trends with Carley Shimkus.

President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., heated up the ongoing war of words after the White house meeting on Syria to be transferred in name-calling and led to Democrats storm out, with the both sides, the other accusing of a “meltdown.”

Pelosi, along with Senate majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, and House majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., to discuss walked out of the meeting on Wednesday afternoon, which was provided, the government will draw on the decision to forces from Northern Syria. This decision sparked cross-party criticism that the decision betrays the Kurds, while a boost to ISIS.


Pelosi on Thursday gave her everything that happened, told reporters at a Capitol press conference, and Trump, what was the plan asked, to be said in Syria-which Trump, his plan was “to protect America,” which Pelosi said was a goal. You also wondered why, if the goal was to bring the troops home, troops in Saudi Arabia.

You also said that you had said Trump, that lead to him”, “all roads seem to [Russian President Vladimir] Putin.”

Pelosi noted that the Russians have been trying to gain a foothold in the Middle East for a while, but she says that you have reached now. She also said that Putin had been trying to benefits from any withholding of aid from the Ukraine — the Trump, to do it over the summer, before it was repealed by Congress.

“Russians benefited, Putin has done, if the President put some doubt on our commitment to NATO from the beginning of his government,” she said. “All roads lead to Putin.”

The apparent reference to Putin with some kind of hold over Trump suggests that Pelosi was ready to blow just as hard as the trump card when it came to tar the political opponent, and gives a glimpse of how the meeting went by so fast.


A Senior Democratic aide told Fox News that Trump began the meeting, which is apparently called the White house, with the note that “somebody wanted this meeting so I agreed.” Trump also reportedly Pelosi said, “I hate ISIS more than you do,” to respond to the initiative of Pelosi, “you know.”

Schumer said that the strike happened after Trump referred to Pelosi as a “third-rate politician.” As the Democrats went, Trump remarked, allegedly: “I’ll see you at the ballot box.”

Trump responded to the democratic path to the launch on Wednesday of the photos by the Assembly, with the caption: “Nervous Nancy is out of joint unit-GAU!” Pelosi later made it to your banner on your Twitter profile.

He also tweeted a picture of Pelosi, Hoyer and Schumer looking angry, with the caption: “you mean you like me?”

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham denied the reports about the meeting.

“The President was measured, factual and decisive, while Speaker Pelosi, the decision is said to go was incomprehensible, but not surprising,” Grisham. “You had no intention of listening to, or a contribution to an important meeting on national security. While democratic leadership storm moved out and to cry in front of the cameras, all the others in the session chose to remain in the room and work for this country.”


Pelosi, in the meantime, similar proposals on Trump ‘ s health to those who Trump about their own health.

“I pray for the President all the time, and I tell him — I pray for his safety and that of his family. Now we need to pray for his health-because that was melt a very heavy core on the part of the President,” she said.

The relationship between the President and the speaker. in the last few weeks with the announcement of the Pelosi prosecution request in Trump’s actions in relation to Ukraine But the meeting is not the first, which is now in insults and loud voices. In December, a fiery encounter played in front of reporters in the Oval Office as they clashed over the government support for the wall on the southern border-where Trump has threatened to shut down the government.


Schumer raised his voice and claimed he could. measures passed to keep the government running regardless, as Trump said he was “proud to be a shutdown of the government for border security,” and “take the coat”

Pelosi noted at the time, The “screwed down.”

Fox News, Gregg Re and Chad Pergram contributed to this report.

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