President Trump has had just about enough of Nancy Pelosi’s incessant bickering and barking.
“She’s a sick puppy, in my opinion, the president said during an interview on Fox & Friends.
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Over the weekend Speaker Pelosi accused the president of letting people die of the Chinese virus.
“As the president fiddles, people are dying,” she told CNN host Jake Tapper.
“We’re doing a lot of things and we don’t want to [ease restrictions] too soon,” Trump said. “Around Easter, that’s going to be the highest point, we think.”
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The president’s comments on “Fox & Friends” come after he extended the administration’s social-distancing guidelines through April 30.
Trump added: “We think April 30 is a day where we can see some real progress. And we expect to see that, short of June 1, we think the death, it’s a terrible thing to say, will be brought to a very low number.”
The president told Fox News that guidance he received from top health officials was that between 1.6 million and 2.2 million people could have died without restrictions, even as they lead to enormous economic strain for those who have been laid off in response to business closures.
“If we didn’t do anything, 2.2 million people could have died,” Trump said on “Fox & Friends.”
Meanwhile, Pelosi hinted that there could be congressional investigations of how the president handled the crisis.
“There’s something wrong with the woman,” the president said. “All she did for the first long time was impeach, impeach, impeach. That’s all she did. She’s controlled by the radical left, by AOC plus 3, for her to make a statement like that, I think it’s a disgrace, to her country and her family.”