'The House will be in order': Nancy Pelosi responds to claims that Trump will be more 'aggressive' during State of the Union
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On Tuesday, CNN's Jim Acosta reported that President Donald Trump was growing irritated with his draft speech for the State of the Union address.


Acosta said that Trump might take a more aggressive tone during the speech.

"Trump is expected to deliver a 'more aggressive speech' tonight than what WH has been describing over last few days, we are told. Speech writers made tweaks per his suggestions. He's annoyed with Schumer and Pelosi and making that clear to aides," he tweeted.

While arriving at the address, CNN's Dana Bash was able to quickly asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi how she felt about it.

"The president might be more aggressive. How will you act?" Bash asked Pelosi.

"The House will be in order," Pelosi said.

Watch below via CNN.