President Trump shared a video on Twitter on Twitter that brought together several verbal stumbling blocks of Speaker of the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) At a recent conference earlier Questioning Other's Intellectual Fitness
In his tweet, he quoted Chyron from Fox Business Network, who broadcast the video Thursday night on his program, "Lou Dobbs Tonight."
Trump's tweet came late on a day when he had already called Pelosi "crazy Nancy" a press conference and proclaimed "she lost it" after Pelosi told reporters that Trump's family and White House helpers were " to orchestrate an intervention for the benefit of the country ".
The video shared by Trump contains several moments in which Pe losi hesitates in her speech and speaks in one case "three things" in which she holds up two fingers.
After the spliced video by Pelosi, the clip features Fox News commentator Gregg Jarrett and longtime Republican Ed Rollins, who talks about her mental acuity.
"She could not put a subject in the same sentence with a predicate," Jarrett said, asking Rollins, "What's going on?"
"I'm 76 years old. She is a few years older than me. We're all aging a little differently, "Rollins replied, now leading a Pro Trump Super PAC. "In my opinion she has a very big job. I think she is getting tired. She is always very neat and tidy. I think she is very inarticulate, which she has never been in the past.
Starting Friday morning, the tweet was pinned to Trump's Twitter feed with the video.
In a response to Twitter on Thursday evening, Pelosi Trump said "distracts from the great achievements of House Democrats #ForThePeople, from his cover-ups and his unpopularity."
"We repeat, we wish that his family or his administration or his staff has an intervention for the benefit of the country, "she added.
The video shared by Trump was different from other videos that spread quickly on social media on Thursday and slowed the sound down, giving Pelosi the impression that as if she was veiling her words at a Center for American Progress event on Wednesday.
Rudolph W. Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney, tweeted a link to one of the modified videos on Thursday night, saying, "What's up with Nancy Pelosi "Your voice pattern is bizarre." The tweet was later deleted.
Drew Harwell contributed to this report.