Pelosi Claims Bipartisanship With Trump At The SOTU Where She Ripped Up His Speech

CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Nancy Pelosi about working with President Trump in a bipartisan manner on Sunday’s State of the Union. She gave a very unusual example of what she considers bipartisanship with President Trump.

Pelosi said her responsibility as the speaker is to pass legislation and does not require her to communicate with Trump. “Don’t forget, I was there for the State of the Union address and did greet the president at that time,” Pelosi said during an interview on CNN’s State of the Union. “So again, that’s not what’s important. What’s important is what’s important to America’s working families: their health, their lives, their livelihood.”

She cited greeting the president at the State of the Union Address, where she openly ripped up the text of President Trump’s speech as an example of her bipartisanship.

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This is the same interview where Pelosi claimed Trump is “fiddling while people are dying” during the coronavirus crisis.

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