President Donald Trump pointed to the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi Thursday, who he called "crazy" and criticized her because her district in California is "rapidly becoming one of the worst in the United States."
He said it on Twitter and, in relation to California, he referred to the homeless and the criminal indices of the state.
The state of California "has become so bad, so fast: it has lost total control and, along with its equally incompetent governor, Gavin Newsom, is a very sad sight!" Trump added.RELATED
According to the head of the White House, "Nancy Pelosi has no influence on the Senate." "Crazy Nancy should clean her dirty district and help the homeless there," he added. Earlier, the Republican accused the Democrats, whom he called "the radical left," of now delaying the political trial against him, hinting that they have no evidence.
"The radical left, the Democrats who Do Nothing, said they wanted to rush everything in the Senate because 'President Trump is a threat to National Security' (they are vicious, they will say anything!), But now they don't want to go anymore fast, they want to go very slowly, "he tweeted.
"Liars!" Said the president, who a few days ago had criticized the political trial against him, saying he had been treated "very unfairly." In another tweet, Trump stressed that "the House must do all this work with witnesses and documents BEFORE they send the articles to the Senate, not to call new witnesses," because "the work is supposed to be done in the House." .
During this early morning, Trump wondered in a tweet "Why is Nancy Pelosi crazy, just because she has a slight majority in the House, should she be allowed to accuse the President of the United States?"
"I got zero Republican votes, there was no crime, the call with Ukraine was perfect, 'without pressure'," he said. Last weekend, Trump had pointed out that Pelosi "hates the Republican Party, hates all the people who voted for me and the Republican Party and is desperate."
According to the Republican, Pelosi is "doing great damage to the country, not doing a good job and some people think he doesn't know what he is doing." He also said that the House Democrats "had no evidence, had no crime" and treated them "very unfairly."
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