Just hours after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Chuck Schumer said they had stormed Syria from a Wednesday meeting with President Trump, the California Democrat updated their Twitter title banner with one Picture of her in a tense exchange with the president.
The advocates welcomed Pelose's decision to use – previously tweeted by the president – as an example of getting up against a bully, while critics viewed it as an example for the Democrats fighting at every turn against the president.
DEMS STORM OUT OF SYRIA MEETING WITH TRUMP: & # 39; WE MUST PRAY HIS HEALTH & # 39; The meeting was unproductive after all we've seen. Schumer and Pelosi told reporters in the White House that Trump "had a collapse" and called the spokesperson either a "third-rate" politician of a "third-rate" politician.
"I pray all the time for the President and I tell him that ̵
The evil blood between Trump and Pelosi has been widely reported, and with the presidential election in 2020, their relationship has developed deteriorated.
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Pelosi recently criticized Trump's decision to withdraw US troops from Syria – which is portrayed as a mission of the Syrian Kurds – and called for a formal impeachment investigation for alleged pressure campaigning with involvement Ukraine to investigate the bid.