Nancy Pelosi Brutally Calls Out Liz Truss And Boris Johnson For Endorsing Trump

Boris Johnson, Nancy Pelosi and Liz Truss

Boris Johnson, Nancy Pelosi and Liz Truss Getty/BBC One

Nancy Pelosi slammed former prime ministers Liz Truss and Boris Johnson for backing Donald Trump within the race to the White House on Sunday.

Earlier this month, shortly earlier than the primary of Trump’s 4 felony trials started, Truss claimed that the “world was safer” when Trump was in office.

She claimed a “strong America” underneath the presumptive Republican candidate was wanted now greater than ever.

In January, her predecessor, Johnson – as soon as dubbed “Britain Trump” by the ex-president himself – stated Trump’s return to the White House could be “just what the world needs”.

Meanwhile, Pelosi – the previous Speaker of the US House of Representatives – has already endorsed incumbent Joe Biden for a second time period because the US president.

So it’s no shock that she dismissed each of their feedback when chatting with BBC One’s Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg.

“I don’t know what they’re talking about,” she stated, wanting barely exasperated, earlier than including: “It may be in their interest to talk about that.”

Both Truss and Johnson have lent additional to the fitting politically in the previous couple of years.

Pelosi continued: “I didn’t know they said that, and I’m sorry for that – but safer for what? Safer for taxes? Safer for people who dislike people of colour and LGBTQ, and women in a rising situation?

“Safer for what, safer for white people, safer for white men?

“What is it safer for?”

Trump has made headlines for his shocking comments round girls, the LGBTQ+ group and folks on color through the years.

Pelosi continued: “I came from Baltimore, the national anthem is written there, and my favourite line in it is, ‘proof through the night that our flag was still there.’

“And that flag is our symbol of democracy, with liberty and justice for all – not for tax breaks for the wealthiest people in America or discrimination for people of colour.

“Liberty and justice for all.”

There’s no love misplaced between Pelosi and Trump, who’ve been loggerheads for years.

When she was Speaker of the House of Representatives, Pelosi famously ripped up a duplicate of the then president’s State of Union deal with while standing behind him, and dubbed it a “manifesto of mistruths”.

November’s presidential election is predicted to be a repeat of 2016, besides this time Biden and Trump will each be battling it out to win a second time period within the White House.


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