Pelosi Goads Trump Into Another Temper Tantrum

Nancy Pelosi has done it before. Earlier this year, she called President Donald Trump’s bluff, held tough and forced him to reopen the government after he shut it down over the wall. She has a knack for making Trump look especially peevish. So it was on Wednesday, as reported by The Washington Post: “President Trump abruptly ended a meeting with Democratic leaders on Wednesday, saying he was unable to work with them on legislation following comments by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., that he was ‘engaged in a coverup.’ “Trump made an unscheduled appearance in the Rose Garden shortly afterward and in a meandering 10-minute address said he had left the meeting with Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., at which they were supposed to talk about working together on a $2 trillion infrastructure plan.” Trump was apparently aggrieved that Pelosi accused him of conducting a coverup.

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