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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is bristling over a question about whether she “hates” President Donald Trump.

Pelosi told reporters at her weekly press conference Thursday that as a Catholic, she resents the suggestion that she hates anyone. She fired back at the questioner: “Don’t mess with me when it comes to words like that.”

The reporter asked: “Do you hate the president, Madam Speaker?”

“I don’t hate anybody,” Pelosi responded.

Earlier, Pelosi announced that the House will draft articles of impeachment against Trump over his pressure on Ukraine to investigate Democrats and political rival Joe Biden as Trump was withholding aid to Ukraine.


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  1. She is clever. She’s knows impeachment will backfire. She must feel like a Lemming when he/she realizes that the fjord it is crossing is really the ocean and its far out to turn around.

  2. This filthy traitorous America hating swine and the rest of the Marxist socialist DemonRats,have a pathological hatred for their own country ,and are busy fighting with each other who will manage to destroy it sooner,
    These evil monsters must be vomited out by the electorate in the coming elections or we can kiss goodbye to our great republic.

  3. She was moral and dignified.
    Trump and his supportes are the blatent haters.
    I agree with little of Pelosis opinions, but at least respect yourself enough to look at what she said from a Jewish perspective.

  4. > chash

    The headline about which you complain is mild compared to what the “mainstream” write about Trump for doing nothing more extreme (and really for a lot less extreme) response..

  5. Village Idiots on this forum are getting desperate because all previous coup attempts against Trump have failed. In their eyes Trump is guilt because he defeated crooked Hillary.

  6. I watched this yesterday. She didn’t seem “unhinged” to me. Ticked off – moderately angry – definitely, but no way “unhinged.” Compared to what our President says and tweets she came off as positively mild. Interesting that she quotes her Catholic upbringing. I went to public school with Catholic friends back in the day and had Catholic friends on the block. Traditional Italian Catholics really do believe this way, and it’s a credit to her that she quotes her faith in a national forum but without demonizing anybody – just demanded that the reporter respect certain boundaries.

    And by the way, impeachment isn’t a “coup,” it’s a legal process enshrined in the Constitution. And far from resulting in a change of government, if Mr. Trump is convicted in the Senate, as unlikely as that seems, we will still have the current administration, but with President Pence – hardly anything revolutionary about him!

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