House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi slammed President Trump’s record in his first 100 days in office, saying, “He hasn’t really proposed anything.”
“We’re looking for the infrastructure bill, which … we [would] welcome and want to work with the president on,” Pelosi told ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl in an exclusive interview that aired on “This Week” Sunday. “We welcome some of his ideas that he said in the campaign about work and home balance in terms of child care … affordable child care.”
Pelosi confused President Trump with President Bush, who she hated with vitriol for eight years. But as you can see in the short clip below, Pelosi immediately catches herself and then apologizes to former President Bush for the confusion, claiming to long for the days that he was president over the now dreaded Donald Trump.
After the mistake on ABC’s “This Week,” Pelosi quickly corrected herself.
“I’m so sorry, President Bush,” Pelosi said. “I never thought I would pray for the day that you were president again.”
Pelosi was discussing Democrats working with the White House when she mentioned Bush.
Even Jonathan Karl was stunned that Pelosi would remember George W. Bush with fondness considering the vitriol she threw his way for eight years. One has to wonder if Pelosi, who continues to be confused about who the current president is, is fit for office.
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A member of the Democratic Party, Pelosi represents California’s 12th congressional district, which consists of four-fifths of the city and county of San Francisco.