Donald Trump shot down house speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday morning, calling her “ stupid, ” claiming she wouldn’t stay in her position for much longer after saying he is “ weak. ”
Nervous Nancy is a ‘stupid’ person by nature. She wasted all her time on the Impeachment Hoax, ”the president tweeted on Sunday.
“She will be toppled both inside and out, just like her last time as ‘Speaker’,” he continued, insulting an insult on his favorite news network: “Wallace & @FoxNews are on a bad path, look! ‘
Pelosi appeared on Fox News on Sunday in a virtual interview with host Chris Wallace to discuss the corona virus and federal government response, including Pelosi’s feud with the president over the pandemic treatment.
When asked about testing supplies and capabilities, Pelosi gave the President an “F.”
“We are far too late with it. And that’s the failure, ”she told Wallace. “President gets an” F. “An error in testing. ‘
Donald Trump satirised home speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday afternoon, calling her ‘stupid’ and calling for her to ‘topple over’
Nervous Nancy is a ‘stupid’ person by nature. She wasted all her time on the Impeachment Hoax, ”the president of the California Democrat tweeted. He also hit his favorite network, Fox News, to interview her about the coronavirus crisis
House speaker Nancy Pelosi told Fox News on Sunday morning that she doesn’t understand those protesting coronavirus locks and claims ‘we all want to leave’
Trump has tweeted about the House speaker several times in recent days after she released a “ dear colleague ” letter this week claiming that Trump lied to the American people about coronavirus from the start.
The president denounced Pelosi in a tweet after the letter, calling her a “weak and pitiful doll” from the far left wing of the Democratic Party.
Pelosi also set fire to demonstrators during her Fox News Sunday interview.
She told the network that people who protest lockdowns are a “distraction” from the real threats to the coronavirus, claiming they don’t understand why they are against home orders, which most states have been upholding for a month now.
“People will do what they do. But the fact is that we are all impatient. We all want to get out. But what they’re doing is really unfortunate, ‘the house speaker told Fox News Sunday presenter Chris Wallace.
People are taking to the streets and pushing back against some of the stricter restrictions in some states. Do you understand why they do that? Wallace asked Pelosi.
“No, not really,” she admitted.
“What we have to do is is a shelter. That’s really the answer, ”Pelosi continued.
Pelosi told Fox News on Sunday that she doesn’t understand those protesting coronavirus locks and claims “we all want to go.” Protests broke out across the country last week from crowds demanding that the closure and home orders be ended and their states reopened
In a separate interview with ABC News broadcast on Sunday morning, Pelosi also attempted to downplay the demonstrations
“I wouldn’t exaggerate the protests across the country,” she said. “But I largely consider it a distraction – and the President’s embrace as a distraction from the fact that he has not properly tested, handled, contacted, and quarantined.”
“Now is not the time for protests,” Virginia Democrat Governor Ralph Northam told CNN on Sunday morning
Democrats argue that the country should not be reopened until the outbreak has seen a sharp decline in new cases and deaths. As of Sunday morning, the death toll in the United States is nearly 40,000
She also told ABC’s This Week on Sunday morning that the media demonstrations are exaggerated and are a distraction from the need for more testing.
Protests broke out in several states last week, with people claiming that the government was overreaching by ordering that they be allowed to stay in their homes, except for essential reasons such as running errands and going to the doctor.
Virginia governor Ralph Northam claimed “now is not the time for protests.”
“Our president has failed to pass the tests, now he has chosen to focus on protests,” Northam told CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday morning. “And this is not the time for protests, and this is not the time for division.”
“This is time for leadership to rise and provide empathy,” continued the Democratic Governor. “It’s time for the truth.”
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, who is president of the National Governors Association, agreed.
The Democrat claimed that his state is “not yet at the point” where it can reopen its economy.
“My goal is to try to get us open as quickly as possible, but in a safe way,” Hogan told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday morning.
“According to the president’s own guidelines, you must have 14 days of declines before you consider stage one of a reopening, and we have a growing number in the Washington region every day,” he continued.
“We are not as far as we can yet, but we have a very detailed reopening plan,” said the governor.
Pelosi claimed that protests are not as important as they seem.
“I wouldn’t exaggerate the protests across the country. There are some places, largely where there is a democratic governor, ‘Pelosi told ABC’s George Stephenapoulos.
“But I largely consider it a distraction – and the President’s embrace as a distraction from the fact that he has not properly tested, handled, contact tracking, and quarantined,” she continued.
Thousands of people across the country descended on the capitals of their respective states, demanding that governors reopen the economy and lift orders to shut it down.
While Donald Trump is in favor of reopening the country as soon as possible – and has even suggested states end the block on May 1, Pelosi and other Democrats want the block to continue to keep the coronavirus threats under control.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (right) reminded CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday morning that according to Trump administration guidelines, the shutdown should not end until there are 14 days of continuous deaths and coronavirus deaths
Protests broke out in several states with both Republican and Democratic governors
They claim that companies should be able to reopen as more than 22 million Americans have claimed unemployment benefits in the past four weekly application periods.
Trump even threw his support behind protesters and tweeted ‘LIBERATE MICHIGAN!’ On Friday.
He also called ‘LIBERATE VIRGINIA’ claiming that they ‘save your great second amendment. It is under siege! ‘
“I think they are very responsible people,” the president said of the protesters at a White House news conference. “They’ve been treated a little roughly.”
The president’s claims are because his own government’s task force has recommended social distance guidelines and issued home orders.
Protesters have surfaced in several states, including Michigan, Ohio, Maryland, Texas, Utah, and several others.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has become a target of Trump for being shortlisted for the running mate of former Vice President Joe Biden.