House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D) sent a letter to her Congressional partners Wednesday night saying President Donald Trump “had a fit” prior in the day after he left framework converses with gathering pioneers and held an off the cuff question and answer session in the White House Rose Garden.
“Sadly, the main occupation the president is by all accounts worried about is his own,” Pelosi composed. “He took steps to quit working with Democrats on all enactment except if we end oversight of his organization and he had a hissy fit for every one of us to see.”
During the public interview, Trump remained before a sign perusing “no arrangement, no check” as he advised correspondents he seemed to be “the most straightforward president ever” and approached Democrats to “get these fake examinations over with.”
Before Pelosi was booked to meet with Trump and other Popularity based pioneers about a bipartisan framework bundle, she held an assembly wide gathering to talk about Trump organization oversight plans, including her associates’ calls to start prosecution procedures against the president. Following the gathering, Pelosi told correspondents she trusted Trump was “occupied with a concealment,” a remark that obviously rankled him when he saw it on television, The Washington Post reported.
In reaction, Trump wouldn’t meet on framework, leaving the gathering after just a couple of minutes and telling the gathering he would not consult with them while congressional tests into his organization were proceeding. He at that point arranged his question and answer session in the Rose Garden.
In Pelosi’s letter, the House speaker reaffirmed her gathering’s pledge to passing foundation enactment “paying little heed to the president’s behavior.”
Read her full letter, acquired by CBS News, below.