House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) spends her days going back and forth between mocking President Trump and having aphasia episodes where she slurs her speech, talks nonsense and forgets what she is saying. Today, she inappropriately went after the President and said that North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is likely having “a giggle fit right now” over President Trump’s letter calling off their planned summit in Singapore next month. It’s not exactly comforting to know that an addled elder Democratic stateswoman finds the prospect of nuclear war funny.
Kim “got global recognition and regard,” Pelosi went on. “He’s the big winner. When he got this letter from the President saying ‘okay, never mind’ — he must be having a giggle fit right there now in North Korea.” Pelosi said that it was clear Trump didn’t know what he was getting into in the negotiations with Pyongyang and mocked the language used in his “very chummy, palsy-walsy letter.”
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While Pelosi is bad-mouthing President Trump who has virtually kept all of his campaign promises, you should see who her son was spotted with over New Year’s. It says volumes about the duplicity of someone like Nancy Pelosi. Her son, Paul Pelosi Jr., spent New Year’s Eve at the President’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. He actually shared a couple of photos of himself with Ivanka Trump on Instagram.
It looked like a fantastic party and even Pelosi’s son looked like he was having the time of his life. While his mother is out there smiling in front of the President and then disparaging him behind his back, it would appear that her son is just fine hanging out with the Trump clan at Mar-a-Lago. Funny, huh? The President, his family, and members of his Cabinet all attended the swanky New Year’s Eve party at the Palm Beach property. Since Pelosi’s son was invited it appears that he is a friend of the family. I’ll bet you anything that Nancy sees herself as one too. I highly doubt that President Trump views her that way though.
Paul Pelosi Jr.’s older sister, Christine, said she’s not surprised by her brother’s appearance at the Mar-a-Lago party. “He is just an adventuring guy,” she said. “Maybe he had a golf game.” Or maybe he enjoys the company of Ivanka and the rest of the family. I don’t know whether Pelosi’s son is a member or a guest… it either cost him $600 or $750 just to get in and there wasn’t a golf ball in sight.
It appears that when a good party is afoot, liberal Democrats are as sweet as pie and want to hobnob with the popular kids. But when they get in front of the cameras, their politics turn accusatory.
Pelosi is certainly not alone in going after the President today over doing the right thing with North Korea. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) tweeted that the Nobel Peace Prize some speculated Trump could receive for helping denuclearize the Korean Peninsula “will have to wait.” I might remind him that President Trump said he did not seek that prize. He was trying to negotiate true peace, but he will never do so if it hurts the US. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) tweeted that “the art of diplomacy is a lot harder than the art of the deal,” adding he was amazed that the administration was surprised at North Korea’s behavior. They weren’t, Bob. President Trump announced earlier this week that he thought the meeting would not happen. Perhaps you were on a golf course somewhere yourself.
Rep. Brian Schatz (D-HI) tweeted that National Security Adviser John Bolton “must be stoked” and “this is what happens when amateurs are combined with warmongers.” That is an inexcusable remark. Other Democrats expressed concern that the chances of a military confrontation are increasing after today’s action. And so it goes. But I have no doubt that all of them would literally wish to go to a Trump party or have dinner with the man.
Many times what occurs in public for politicians is far different than their private lives. Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton are friends. Nancy Pelosi’s son attends their parties. And I am sure that President Trump is cordial to all of them and some of them are even friendly to him. But it’s vexing to have someone like Nancy Pelosi get up there and mock, insult and deride a sitting President, while her family goes to events with the Trumps. It’s so very Democratic.
Paul Pelosi Jr., son of House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, appears to be quite the nonpartisan partier. He is involved in various business ventures and I’m sure that Paul is his own man. I have no idea what his politics are, but he seemed to be having fun that night. Perhaps his mother could learn a thing or two from her number one son.