Trump talks about Pelosis tearing speech: her illegal behavior is very bad

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 Trump talks about Pelosis tearing speech: her illegal behavior is very bad


Pelosi tore the speech. (source: Capitol Hill)

Overseas, Feb. 8 (Xinhua) - recently, at the end of President Trumps state of the Union speech, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped the speech in her hand into two parts, causing widespread concern. Trump said Monday that Pelosis move was very bad and said it was illegal to tear up an official document.

Trump spoke about Pelosis earlier actions when he left the White House for North Carolina, ABC reported Tuesday. I think she tore up the speech badly. First, it is an official document. What she did was illegal. She broke the law. Trump also believes that this move is very disrespectful to both the house and the United States.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});}) ()); US media pointed out that Trumps statement also echoed the earlier statements of Republicans. Matt Gaetz, a member of the Judiciary Committee of the house of Representatives, said in an interview with Fox TV on Friday that he intended to bring moral charges against Pelosi for his tantrum. He cited the law as saying that it was illegal for public officials to conceal or destroy records. As for her actions, Pelosi once told reporters, considering other options, (I tore up the speech) its polite. What I tore up was a fake Manifesto in the hope of getting the attention of the American people and telling them [the state of the union] that the speech didnt tell the truth, she added later Some US media believe that the gunpowder smell between the two sides on the day of the state of the Union speech also reflects the tear of the two parties in the United States. Source: editor in charge of overseas website: Du Shuo, nb12556

The US media pointed out that Trumps statement also echoed the earlier statements of Republicans. Matt Gaetz, a member of the Judiciary Committee of the house of Representatives, said in an interview with Fox TV on Friday that he intended to bring moral charges against Pelosi for his tantrum. He cited the law as saying that it was illegal for public officials to conceal or destroy records.

As for her actions, Pelosi once told reporters, considering other options, (I tore up the speech) its polite. What I tore up was a fake Manifesto in the hope of getting the attention of the American people and telling them [the state of the union] that the speech didnt tell the truth, she added later Some US media believe that the gunpowder smell between the two sides on the day of the state of the Union speech also reflects the tear of the two parties in the United States.