“She’ll cut your head off and you won’t even know you’re bleeding,” Alexandra Pelosi, who happens to also be the daughter of Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, says of her mother. “That’s all you need to know about her,” she added.
The younger Pelosi was speaking to CNN on Wednesday, and was asked to weigh in on this afternoon’s upcoming meeting between Democratic congressional leaders and President Trump.
“No one ever won betting against Nancy Pelosi,” Alexandra Pelosi continued, “She’s persevered. You’ve got to give her credit. No matter what you think of her, you have to give her credit. Because, think about it. Think about all those presidents she’s endured, right? The Bush, the Bush, the Clintons. She’s been through it all. She’s been around. This is not her first rodeo, as your friend George Bush would say. She knows what she’s doing.”
Alexandra also noted that “it’s going to be a whole new America,” and “magical” on Thursday when a historic number of women will be sworn in to Congress.
“She’ll cut your head off and you won’t even know you’re bleeding."
Nancy Pelosi's daughter says the likely incoming House speaker knows how to handle meetings with President Trump, having "endured" multiple presidents during her time in Washington. https://t.co/c4GXWRmlki pic.twitter.com/YAAm2Jy7zD
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) January 2, 2019
Legal experts speculate Bill Barr was merely ‘nonsense posturing’ when he claimed Trump’s tweets made his job ‘impossible’
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Adam Schiff explains how Trump just crippled US election security with appointment of ‘loyalist’ intel director
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) warned on Wednesday that election security in the United States is in jeopardy due to President Donald Trump's choice for acting director of national intelligence.
CNN's Manu Raju asked Schiff about the appointment of Richard Grenell as the nation's top intelligence coordinator.
"He has little to no relevant experience except for being a Trump loyalist," Schiff noted. "And the level of confidence that we can have that we will get fully informed of threats to our elections has just gone down to practically none."
Grenell, who currently serves as the ambassador to Germany, has come under fire from Democrats for possibly violating federal law after he "failed to inform the department about work he did for foreign entities before joining the Trump administration," according to CBS News.
How the coronavirus has infected Trump’s presidency — and is spreading throughout the global economy
Nobody saw this coming. Turns out it may not be Bernie, Mike, Joe, Liz, Pete—or even Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff—who bring down Donald Trump.
While it’s still early, there are indications that the coronavirus is the pandemic that could torpedo, among other things, the booming economy Trump has always taken credit for and assumed would sweep him back into office in 2020.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 2000 points Monday and Tuesday on coronavirus-fueled. At the same time, the Centers for Disease Control warned Americans that they should “work with us to prepare for the expectation that this could be bad” and outlined how schools and businesses should prepare if the virus spreads. San Francisco announced a state of emergency Tuesday.