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    Pelosi Barks at Reporter: ‘Don’t Mess With Me When it Comes to Words Like’ Hate

    Pelosi Barks at Reporter: ‘Don’t Mess With Me When it Comes to Words Like’ Hate

    Trump responds: “She says she ‘prays for the President.’ I don’t believe her, not even close.”

    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi lost her cool this morning after Sinclair reporter James Rosen asked her if she hates President Donald Trump.

    She also confronted him, leaving the podium to wag her finger at him.

    From The New York Post:

    “Do you hate the president, Ms. Speaker?” the reporter, James Rosen from the conservative Sinclair Broadcast Group, asked during Pelosi’s weekly press briefing at the Capitol.

    “I don’t hate anybody. We don’t hate anybody. Not anybody in the world. Don’t accuse me,” she said, leaving the podium to approach Rosen and pointing at him as she spoke.

    He then interrupted her, saying he was asking about a charge from a GOP lawmaker during the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment hearing Wednesday that Democrats wanted Trump gone only because they didn’t like him.

    “I did not accuse you. I asked you a question. Rep. [Doug] Collins yesterday suggested that the Democrats are doing this simply because you don’t like the guy. I think it is an important point,” he said, referring to the Georgia lawmaker, a fervent Trump backer.

    Pelosi then walked back to the podium and continued to lecture Rosen.

    The pro-choice Democrat then invoked her Catholic faith:

    “As a Catholic, I resent your using the word hate in a sentence that addresses me. I don’t hate anyone. I was raised in a way that is a heart full of love and always pray for the president. And I still pray for the president. And I pray for the president all the time, so don’t mess with me when it comes to words like that,” she said.

    Trump mocked Pelosi on Twitter:


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    “The Lady doth protest too much, methinks!”

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