Kellyanne Conway clashes with Nancy Pelosi after Trump left the White House meeting

& # 39; That's your real pro-wife & # 39 ;: Kellyanne Conway turned on Nancy Pelosi for ignoring her in a furious clash in the White House after Trump left the meeting

  • Help to the White House Conway turned Pelosi into a tense cabinet room change
  • The house speaker refused to respond to Conway's question about Trump
  • An angry Conway answered sarcastically: "Great, that is really a pro woman of your" # 39;

Kellyanne Conway collided with Nancy Pelosi during a stormy meeting at the White House yesterday and accused the house speaker of not being a & # 39; pro-woman & # 39; was after the democrat refused to answer her question.

The White House adviser engaged Pelosi in a tense conversation in the cabinet room shortly after President Trump had abruptly left talks with the democrats – in anger over scheduled investigations and possible expulsion hearings in Congress.

Pelosi turned to Trump and said she wasn't surprised & # 39; was that he had left and told the room how Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Teddy Roosevelt would have acted differently.

Conway shot back and asked the Democratic leader if she had a & # 39; direct response to the president & # 39; had.

Landlord Nancy Pelosi at Capitol after her failed talks with Trump yesterday

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway at the White House yesterday

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway at the White House yesterday

White House assistant Kellyanne Conway (right) clashed with Nancy Pelosi (left) yesterday during a stormy meeting at the White House and accused the house speaker of not being & # 39; pro-woman & # 39; used to be

Pelosi replied: & # 39; I am responding to the president, not to the staff. & # 39;

Moments later, as the room emptied, Conway turned to Pelosi and said sarcastically: "Great, that's really a pro-woman of yours".

Tensions were high when the president dramatically left the infrastructure talks and said he would no longer work with Democrats unless they ended their investigation.

He said he said to Pelosi: & I want to use infrastructure. But you know what? We cannot do it under these circumstances. So persuade these fake investigations. & # 39;

In a hastily organized press conference, he demanded an end to the investigation and he said: & I am not trying to cover up. So make sure these fake investigations are over.

& # 39; You cannot investigate and make laws at the same time. It just doesn't work that way. & # 39;

The president maintains that he has been acquitted by Robert Mueller's two-year probe – although he has somehow not concluded that he has obstructed the obstruction of the law.

President Donald Trump yesterday (pictured) gave a hastily arranged press conference at the White House after wiping out talks with democrats

President Donald Trump yesterday (pictured) gave a hastily arranged press conference at the White House after wiping out talks with democrats

President Donald Trump yesterday (pictured) gave a hastily arranged press conference at the White House after wiping out talks with democrats

A printed board with the text & # 39; No Collusion & # 39; and & # 39; No Obstruction & # 39; was placed on the lectern of the president.

Since taking over control of the House in January, Democrats have opened a series of probes in Trump's presidency, despite Mueller's findings.

Trump has ordered his government to stop complying with democratic investigations.

Many prominent democrats – and a few presidential candidates from 2020 – have demanded deposition hearings.

Pelosi has tried to set a careful course on deposition, seeing how it could play against him in Trumps story about a crusade.

Trump maintains that he was acquitted by Robert Mueller's investigation, but the Special Counsel (photo) did not make a statement as to whether the President had committed the obstruction of justice

Trump maintains that he was acquitted by Robert Mueller's investigation, but the Special Counsel (photo) did not make a statement as to whether the President had committed the obstruction of justice

Trump maintains that he was acquitted by Robert Mueller's investigation, but the Special Counsel (photo) did not make a statement as to whether the President had committed the obstruction of justice

She said yesterday: & We believe that the President of the United States has deepened.

& # 39; Fact is, in full view in the public domain, this president is obstructing justice and he is covered up – and that can be an insulting offense. & # 39;

Senators Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are among the 2020 candidates who have argued for a removal procedure.

Others, including Joe Biden, have followed Pelosi in a careful line, but the former vice president has not ruled it out.

However, it is very unlikely that a bid for deposits will remove Trump from his office.

Even if the House voted to accuse him, two-thirds of the Republican-controlled Senate would have to vote to throw him out – a remote perspective.

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