At her weekly press conference, Speaker Pelosi suggested that something is wrong with Trump by calling on his family and friends to hold an intervention.
Speaker Pelosi said:
I thought we could give him the opportunity to make a historic contribution to safety because it’s a safety measure. It’s the best commerce, best safety, best mobility product to market and in addition clean air, clean water. A better future for our country, much needed, billions, trillions of dollars in deficit in terms of well or no maintenance. It’s never been partisan. We don’t want it to be partisan now, but I can only think he wasn’t up to the task of figuring out the difficult choices how to cover the cost of what the important infrastructure legislation, that we had talked about three weeks before.
So — so, but the president, again, stormed out. And I think, first — pound the table. Walk out the door. Next time, have the TV cameras in there when I had my say. That didn’t work for him either. Now this time, another temper tantrum — again — I pray for the President Of The United States. I wish him and his family, his administration and staff would have an intervention for the good of the country.
Nancy Pelosi is the third highest ranking official in the United States government, and she is calling for an intervention to be held for the President Of The United States. This isn’t empty rhetoric. Pelosi was in the room when Trump stormed out after she hurt his feelings by accusing him of a cover-up. Donald Trump is not well, and his condition is getting worse.
The Speaker of the House is suggesting that Trump’s mental state is placing the nation in jeopardy, and something must be done about Trump’s condition for the good of the country.
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Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor and Senior White House and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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