Uploaded to Facebook on Wednesday by the Politics WatchDog page, the altered video went viral this week amid tensions worsening between Ms. Pelosi and President Trump, who have been more at odds than ever as fellow Democrats push for the congresswoman to initiate impeachment proceedings. So I walked into the Cabinet room. I tell you what, I've been watching her and I have been watching her for a long period of time. "The Democrats have done nothing in the House, they've done absolutely nothing - I mean other than investigate". "Mr. President, don't let these guys goad you into not doing good things for the country".
The alternative explanation, of course, is the much simpler one: Trump really doesn't want people digging into his finances and potentially obstructive actions, and he's willing to do just about anything to try to stop them.
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has in recent days publicly flirted with the idea of impeaching President Donald Trump, but so far has stayed outside the ranks of lawmakers openly calling for removing Trump from office. Trump says if they want to spend money on infrastructure, they need to get off his back.
"I pray for him".
Giuliani on Thursday tweeted a video that had been spreading online, which takes footage from a Pelosi speech and slows it down to make her sound drunk. The tweet was in response to Trump's criticism of Pelosi.
"He pulled a stunt", Pelosi said.
"Kyle Olson, who runs the channel, said he found it "interesting" that 'not a single reporter asks any questions when she suffers brain freezes.' The videos, he added, 'get hundreds of thousands of views because they speak for themselves: there is something not right with her'". "She does not understand it".
Graham also discussed the exculpatory evidence that the Federal Bureau of Investigation failed to turn over to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court when seeking warrants on both Trump campaign advisors Carter Page and possibly George Papadopolous.
He said beyond infrastructure spending, the debt limit must be raised this year, an agreement to fund the government must be reached before October 1st and Trump's new trade deal must be passed.