Video of the Day: Childish Nancy Pelosi Rips Trump’s SOTU Speech, Says It Was ‘the courteous thing to do’

On Tuesday, President Trump delivered his annual State of the Union to a joint session of Congress.  After Trump was finished with his speech, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., revealed her true nature when she tore her copy of Trump’s speech.

Here’s video:

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She later claimed it was “the courteous thing to do.”

Talk about Trump Derangement Syndrome on steroids.  Remember, this is the same Nancy Pelosi who got upset when a reporter asked about her hatred for Trump.

Reaction on Twitter was pretty much what you’d expect:

Sorry, but in our view, they’ve already lost it and are now reduced to childish antics.

This is the modern Democrat Party, folks.  And they do not deserve to spend another day in office.


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