Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) recently became the latest target of former President Trump, who called her a “wicked witch” that will one day “live in hell.”
Trump slammed Pelosi on his social media site Truth Social after she asserted in an appearance on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” this week that he seemed to be a “scared puppy” when he arrived in Washington, DC, for his arraignment in the January 6 Capital disturbance case. This was according to Breitbart News.
This week, he gave a direct response:
“I carefully refrained from commenting on Nancy Pelosi’s bizarre narrative about her husband, however now I am able to because she made an extremely nasty remark about me while giggling.” She said, ‘”I witnessed a scared puppy,’ while she was watching me on television among millions of others who missed that. I didn’t feel ‘scared.’ But it was such a cruel thing to say! She is a Wicked Witch who begins and ends her husband’s descent into hell with her. She is a wicked & crazy maniac who will eventually reside in HELL!”
Among other things, Pelosi had noted in the interview that “it was intriguing to hear Mr. Dunn describe how it felt for him inside the courtroom while watching the president of the United States be charged. Although I wasn’t inside the courtroom, I saw a terrified puppy when I watched him get out of his car and do this or that. He demonstrated extreme anxiety about his future. Bravado, confidence, or anything like that wasn’t visible to me. He is aware. He is aware of the fact that he lost the election, and he must now take responsibility.”
The 45th president, who is also the front-runner in the Republican race for president, entered a not-guilty plea this week on four counts that allege plots to overturn the presidential vote in 2020, including conspiracy to fraudulently defraud the United States, conspiracy in opposition to rights, conspiracy to hinder an official proceeding, impeding of and trying to hinder an official proceeding.
This represented the third official indictment against Donald Trump this year, with two resulting from federal investigations led by Special Counsel Jack Smith in addition to one that came from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office.
In the other federal prosecution, Trump is accused of mishandling secret materials after exiting the White House, and regarding the Bragg case, he is charged with corporate fraud.