Nancy Pelosi vanquishes Trump's cries about being called a 'motherf*cker': Not as bad as the way he treated John McCain
Nancy Pelosi appears on MSNBC with Joy Reid. (Screenshot)

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) flattened President Donald Trump for whining about the freshman Representative who told a crowd she is eager to "impeach the motherf*cker."

In an exclusive town hall with MSNBC's Joy Reid, Pelosi asked if the political world would be clutching their pearls if Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) was a man.

"So, then I'll ask you a question. If was a man do you think he would make a big deal of it?" Reid asked.

"Probably less of a deal," Pelosi said. "Probably less of a deal. But I don't know why we're making a big deal of it now. It is the way people talk. I think frankly that what she said was less offensive than what President Trump said about John McCain."

She said that she's a grandmother and it isn't typical for her to use such language, but that an entirely new generation of people are coming into politics and she's not going to censor them.

"I don't think -- I mean I don't like that language," Pelosi continued. "I wouldn't use a language I don't establish any language for my colleagues but I don't think it is anything worse than what the president has said."

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