Pelosi Becomes Uncomfortably Irate, Accuses Interviewer of Being Pro-Trump

( Democratic Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi has long been a vocal critic of former US President Donald Trump. On April 29, Pelosi again blasted Trump during an interview and then turned her sights on the interviewer for allegedly defending him.

During the interview, Pelosi praised US President Joe Biden for creating jobs in the United States and criticized Trump for his work to create jobs while in office. The interviewer noted that the end of Trump’s presidency was impacted by the consequences of a global pandemic.

Pelosi then snapped at the interviewer, suggesting that she was acting like a Trump “apologist,” and reiterated her criticism of Trump’s job-creation record. The interviewer defended herself, claiming that nobody can accuse her of being an apologist for Trump.

Pelosi also declined to speculate on a potential second Trump administration, claiming that she could not even consider Trump returning to the White House. Trump is the prospective 2024 Republican Party presidential candidate.

Pelosi, who previously served as House speaker, is set to run for reelection in 2024 as well. However, she stepped down from any leadership role in the Democratic Party after it lost its majority in the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterm elections.

Although Pelosi backed away from leading Democrats, she has continued to serve as an anti-Trump spokesperson for the party. Pelosi has characterized Trump as “grotesque” and “despicable” ahead of the 2024 election. Despite her frequent criticisms of Trump, Pelosi has also said that people spend too much time talking about the former president.

The Trump campaign has also fired back at Pelosi for her comments. Trump campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung questioned whether Pelosi, 84, knows where she is half the time. Cheung also said that the United States enjoyed peace and prosperity under the Trump administration, whereas Biden has brought misery and chaos.

Pelosi and Trump may exchange rhetorical jabs, but ultimately, it is Biden who will have to prove his case against Trump to win reelection in November.

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