Saturday, May 18, 2024

Pelosi Outraged As Biden Says Trump May Be Future President

'That isn’t kidding. That’s horrible... '

(Abdul–Rahman Oladimeji Bello, Headline USA) Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., expressed abject horror and outrage at parts of President Joe Biden’s speech on earlier this month, when he pitched his bloated budget proposal.

During the speech, Biden recalled the 2020 election that he snatched from former President Donald Trump.

“I had a big fight with the former president and maybe future president – bless me, Father,” Biden quipped. Following the adverse reaction from the people in the room, Biden noted that he was only joking. 

Los Angeles Times reporter Nolan McCaskill recently interviewed Pelosi and noted that the congresswoman was not pleased with his remarks regarding the former president regaining the seat, according to the Daily Wire. 

“Oh, please. Don’t even say such a thing. That isn’t kidding. That’s horrible,” Pelosi gasped.

Always ready to carry water for the Biden administration, the Associated Press tried to clean up the bumbler-in-chief’s remarks about his predecessor and possible successor, focusing on a “disagreement he had with Trump,” according to the Independent Journal Review.

The former speaker also took exception to Biden referring to Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., as “that gentlelady from Georgia” during his State of the Union Speech.

“He’s going to raise her a million dollars by mentioning her name,” Pelosi grumbled about the president’s comment lending Greene a campaign hand.

Pelosi wasn’t entirely aghast at the president’s budget remarks and she reportedly applauded him numerous times during his speech. The gushing profile of Pelosi from the L.A. Times also managed to work in a plug for a book she said she’s writing.

As for future plans after leaving Congress, Pelosi said she “probably will be saying some things about our democracy and what the Republicans and the court have done to narrow it.”

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