Donald Trump says that Pelosi “got poison from her ears” when she said he was being deposed for life
Donald Trump says that Nancy Pelosi “got poison from her ears” when she said he was being charged with life – and reminded Melania to say to him: “That was terrible!”
- Trump accused Nancy Pelosi of “mumbling” during his Union State
- He mentioned her January ABC interview, in which she said that Trump was “deposed for life”
- He said hatred “flowed from her”
- Trump got outrage in 2015 when he said about when Fox-host Megyn Kelly had blood “coming from her everywhere.”
President Donald Trump used vivid language to describe House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and said she had “hatred and poison in her ears” when she chastised him during charges.
Trump – who was indignant when he said former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly had “let blood come out of her” during a 2015 presidential debate – described the California legislator as full of “hatred” during accusation, accusing her of “mumbling” during his state of the Union.
Geraldo Rivera asked Trump about Pelosi’s comment and the president quickly agreed that it was made “sadistic.”
President Donald Trump went after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a podcast interview with Geraldo Rivera released Thursday
‘No, she’s a person who started accusation and lost. So she goes down like a loser, what she is, “Trump began. “It was said sadistically. If you look at how she says that with the hatred and the poison coming from her ears, you just look at the hatred that shot her when she said that, “Trump said.
“My wife was sitting here and looking at it and she said,” Oh my, that was terrible. “
It was a rare story from the president about something his wife told him about such a public affair.
Pelosi, who first resisted and then orchestrated Trump’s deposition, told ABC’s “This Week” in January: “This president is being deposed for life, regardless of the game played by Mitch McConnell,” the senate leader in the majority who drafted the rules .
“If you look at how she says that with the hatred and poison coming out of her ears, you just look at the hatred that struck her when she said that,” Trump said of speaker Pelosi
“There is nothing the senate can do to ever erase that,” she said. Trump was acquitted of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress during his trial.
Trump destroyed Megyn Kelly in a 2015 Presidential discussion at Fox News after asking him some tough questions about his alleged treatment of women.
Rivera asked how the first lady dealt with the situation. “It was hard,” Trump said, before moving quickly to his opponents.
He was not only about Pelosi’s words, but also about the way she delivered them.
“The way she said it was that bad. It wasn’t just the words. It was the madness. And then to let her sit behind me in the State of the Union to mumble all night, “Trump said.
He claimed that she “spoke to me but took a deep breath.” Vice President Mike Pence claimed a similar claim on Wednesday.
“It was very difficult for my family,” Trump said of accusation. “It just made my job so much busier,” he said.
Trump again turned to Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, who was escorted from the White House premises last week as part of a post-cleansing treatment.
Rivera asked the president why so many people are allowed to listen to his calls – a reference to the phalanx of minutesmen who are on the line when the president calls a foreign leader.
“They have done that over the years. If you call a foreign leader, people listen. I can end the exercise completely, “Trump said. “I can end it completely. Sometimes you have 25 people. ”