President Trump savagely trolled House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Wednesday after she threw a tantrum and stormed out of a White House meeting with Trump on Syria.
Pelosi was out of control on Wednesday and made a scene at the White House with her partner-in-crime Senator Chuck Schumer.
President Trump put Pelosi in her place and called her a “third grade politician.”
But he wasn’t done.
A senior Democrat aide said that Trump hit Pelosi again with another zinger as she stood up with Schumer and left the meeting.
“Goodbye, we’ll see you at the polls.” Trump said to Pelosi and Schumer.
President Trump then took to Twitter and continued to troll Pelosi calling her a “sick person.”
“Nancy Pelosi needs help fast! There is either something wrong with her “upstairs,” or she just plain doesn’t like our great Country. She had a total meltdown in the White House today. It was very sad to watch. Pray for her, she is a very sick person!” Trump tweeted.
House Leadership Reacts To End of “Nation Building As A Business Model“:
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Pelosi and Schumer walk out of the meeting with the President.
Sad to say, the Uniparty infection is deep and 129 Repugnicans led by McCarthy and Scalise voted with the ‘Rats to condemn President Trump for withdrawing troops from Syria – after the House had refused to vote to authorize the troop deployment to begin with! Roll Call Vote >>HERE<<. These Repugnicans need to hear from us:
It might be difficult to accept that: Doug Collins, Devin Nunes, Liz Cheney, John Ratcliffe, Steve Scalise, and Lee Zeldin all voted to spit in the face of our president. BUT THEY DID. That said, it’s no real surprise that Kevin McCarthy and Mike McCaul voted with Pelosi. Scalise followed along.
There were decent Republicans who stood with our president. Sixty of them to be exact. Including: Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan, Louie Gohmert, Andy Biggs and fifty-six more who stood shoulder-to-shoulder with patriots and with our President. They too should be contacted with words of appreciation and praise.
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