Pelosi Says She Hasn't Spoken To Trump In A Year: "I Don't Find It A Good Use of Time"
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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has proven to be one of the worst Speakers in United States history considering she refuses to work with President Donald Trump to help the American people.
According to the Hill, Pelosi hasn't even spoken to President Trump in almost a year.
The President and the Speaker have not “had an extended, face-to-face conversation since Oct. 16, 2019, during a meeting at the White House about Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northern Syria,” The Hill reported.
The Daily Wire reports:
The two haven’t even been in the same room since February, when they both attended the National Prayer Breakfast. That was two days after Trump’s State of the Union address, during which Pelosi dramatically ripped up a copy of Trump’s speech after he finished delivering it.
The Speaker — second in the line of succession after the vice president — hasn’t talked to Trump about the wildfires raging in her state, or about helping Americans hurting from shutdowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She said on MSNBC that “in the interest of time,” she finds it easier to talk to the president’s intermediaries.
“Well, I’ve spoken to his representatives and he says that they speak for him. And I take that to be true about the secretary of the Treasury [Steven Mnuchin] and we have worked together,” Pelosi said.
Pelosi pointed the blame at President Trump, saying she doesn't like talking to him because, “I don’t find it a good use of time.”
“Quite frankly, my experience with the president has been that it hasn’t been on the level. You know, he’ll say something and then it doesn’t really happen. So in the interest of time, we’ll work with who he sends over,” Pelosi said.
The Daily Wire continues:
Trump, too, doesn’t much like talking to Pelosi, who made a scene in 2019 when she was invited to the Oval Office. He says he’s taking “the high road” by not meeting with Pelosi or Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY). Pelosi walked out of the October 2019 meeting after the two clashed over whether Trump had called the Speaker a “third-rate” or “third grade” politician.
“I know Pelosi, I know Schumer very well. They don’t want to make a deal because they think it’s good for politics if they don’t make a deal,” Trump said. “I’m taking the high road by not seeing them. That’s the high road.”
Afterward, Pelosi told reporters “we have to pray” for Trump’s health.
That led to Trump dinging Pelosi at the prayer breakfast.
“I don’t like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong. Nor do I like people who say ‘I pray for you’ when they know that’s not so,” Trump said.
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