Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called out President Donald Trump for failing to accomplish anything to actually help his supporters and the rest of America in his first 100 days.
Pelosi graded Trump an “incomplete” because of his growing “list of promises made — promises broken.” She began with jobs, saying that we’ve yet to see Trump’s jobs bill. Trump’s promise of accessible and affordable health care that is far better than Obamacare has also yet to manifest. Instead, his plan would be the “biggest transfer of wealth from working families to the richest people in the country.”
Curiously enough, Pelosi is fine working with the new president on issues the two parties agree.
“We stand ready to work with him,” Pelosi said. “You want to do an infrastructure bill? Where is that? He was elected five, six months ago almost. We still don’t see an infrastructure bill. We look forward to that. It’s never been partisan, except when President [Barack] Obama proposed it.”
See the exchange below:
GOP lawmaker cut the mic on black woman’s facts — but let white men spew ‘lunacy and lies’: report
The Republican chair of a Tennessee legislative committee is under fire for cutting off the microphone while a woman of color was speaking -- but allowing white men to spew "lunacy."
"It took all of five minutes for Sen. Mike Bell, chairman of the Tennessee General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee, to prove Cherisse Scott’s point. Scott is founder and CEO of Sister Reach, a Memphis organization that fights for reproductive freedom and health for rural women and girls of color struggling with poverty," Memphis Commercial Appeal columnist Tonyaa Weathersbee explained.
Here’s why Jeffrey Epstein surrounded himself with scientists
The list of confidants and friends who were fêted by the late financier and alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein included a number of prominent scientists. Among the eye-popping names that appeared on the list: the late cosmologist Stephen Hawking, Nobel-winning physicist Murray Gell-Mann, evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould, physicist Frank Wilczek, neurologist Oliver Sacks, and geneticist George M. Church.
Trump just humiliated his own son with an absurd tweet about Greenland
President Donald Trump confirmed multiple reports this weekend when he said that he does, indeed, hope to buy Greenland and make it part of the United States.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has said that the country, which is part of the Kingdom of Denmark, is “not for sale”: “Greenland belongs to Greenland.” Which should be the end of the story. Unfortunately, it’s not.
On Monday, Trump sent the following tweet, apparently trying to quell suspicions that the president just regards Greenland as another place to expand his business empire: