Trump Reveals What It Was Like Having Pelosi Hawking Over Him At SOTU Address [Video]
During his rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, the President explained to the crowd what it was like having bitter Nancy Pelosi hovering behind him during the State of the Union Address.
He described her angry mumbles as 'very distracting'. Pelosi's hostility stems from Dems inevitable failed attempts so impeach the President based on hearsay. "we're the ones who should be angry," the President added.
"On Tuesday I delivered my address on the state of the union. And I had someone behind me who was mumbling terribly. Mumbling. Mumbling. Rawr. Rawr. Oh. Ha," he explained, mocking Pelosi. "She was mumbling. Very distracting. Very distracting."
The crowd booed the mention of Pelosi.
"You know, it was very distracting. I'm speaking and a woman is mumbling terribly behind me. Angry. There was a little anger back there," Trump said as the crowd laughed.
"We're the ones who should be angry, not them. We're the ones who should be angry," the president said. "But we proudly declared that we are in the midst of the great American comeback. Our country is stronger today than ever before."
Trump used the opportunity to mention the Senate voting to acquit him on the two articles of impeachment against him: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
"And the day after my address, the good Republicans in the United States Senate voted to reject the outrageous partisan impeachment hoax and to issue a full, complete, and absolute, total acquittal," he said to thunderous applause.
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The camera then zooms out to pan across the crowd revealing a massive turn out for Trump rally. A serious contrast to the turnouts seen at any of the Democratic rallies that we have seen. Proving, yet again, that Dems attempts to destroy the Trump presidency has only made him stronger. By targetting the President with unfounded accusations they did what they feared most- strengthened his support.