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    In an interview with Elle published on Thursday, Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi discussed her contentious relationship with President Donald Trump. Trump has frequently insulted Pelosi, nicknaming her “Crazy Nancy.” He has also called the top Democrat “Nervous Nancy” and described her as unhinged. In her interview with Elle, Pelosi addressed these insults, asserting that the commander-in-chief is projecting when he belittles his political opponents. “I have no interest in what he calls people, because he’s always projecting,” Pelosi said. “He knows he’s crazy; it’s so self-evident. Everything he calls anybody — ‘lazy,’ ‘crazy.’ Quite frankly, I don’t pay that much attention to him.” “I think it’s really a sad, sick situation,” she added. At the beginning...
    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said President Donald Trump “knows he’s crazy” in an interview where she was asked about Trump’s nickname for the Speaker, “crazy Nancy.” “I have no interest in what he calls people, because he’s always projecting,” Pelosi said in an interview with Elle magazine published Thursday. “He knows he’s crazy; it’s so self-evident. Everything he calls anybody — ‘lazy,’ ‘crazy.’ Quite frankly, I don’t pay that much attention to him,” Pelosi said, The Hill reported. “I think it’s really a sad, sick situation,” Pelosi continued. President Donald Trump (2R) argues about border security with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) (R) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) as Vice President Mike Pence sits nearby...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump challenged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to impeach him a second time for nominating a Supreme Court Justice before the election. Since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week, Democrats have pushed for the replacement nomination to come after the November election. 4President Donald Trump challenged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to impeach him a second timeCredit: Getty Images - Getty Meanwhile Republicans, including President Trump, have voice support in naming a nominee later this week. The Democratic argument stems from 2016, the Republican-held Senate waited until after the election to vote on a replacement after the death of conservative Antonin Scalia nine months before the 2016 election. Since Ginsburg's death on Friday, President...
    DONALD Trump has slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as "crazy" for suggesting that the president could be impeached if he goes forward with filling the Supreme Court vacancy. Trump bashed Pelosi following his Monday morning interview on Fox and Friends and claimed that pushing his supreme court nominee would be fulfilling his "constitutional obligation." 1Credit: Splash News @SenateGOP Crazy Nancy Pelosi wants to Impeach me if I fulfill my Constitutional Obligation to put forth a Nominee for the vacated seat on the United States Supreme Court. This would be a FIRST, even crazier than being Impeached for making a PERFECT phone call to Ukrainian Pres.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 21, 2020 "Crazy Nancy Pelosi wants to Impeach me if...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump slammed Jim Cramer again on Sunday for “pandering” after the CNBC host apologized to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for calling her “Crazy Nancy.” “Jim, to late to take it back. Stay with the truth, no pandering!” Trump tweeted. 2Jim Cramer called Nancy Pelosi 'Crazy Nancy' in an interview 2Donald Trump slammed Cramer for his apology Last week, Cramer interviewed Pelosi about a coronavirus stimulus plan that has stalled in the Senate when he addressed her by one the president’s nickname for the Democrat leader. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I’m sorry, that was the president. I have such reverence for the office. I would never use that term,” Cramer said on Squaws on the Street...
    President Trump on Sunday renewed his attacks on Jim Cramer after the CNBC host apologized for referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as “Crazy Nancy” during an interview last week. “Jim, to late to take it back. Stay with the truth, no pandering!,” Trump said in a tweet, misspelling “too.” The “Mad Money” host called Pelosi “Crazy Nancy,” one of the president’s favorite monikers for the California Democrat, when he was interviewing her about a coronavirus stimulus plan stalled in Congress. “Earlier today, when I talked to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ‘Squawk on the Street,’ I made a very stupid comment,” Cramer said last Tuesday. “It was a tongue-in-cheek attempt to make a point about the harsh tone...
    President Trump on Sunday renewed his attacks on Jim Cramer after the CNBC host apologized for referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as “Crazy Nancy” during an interview last week. “Jim, to late to take it back. Stay with the truth, no pandering!,” Trump said in a tweet, misspelling “too.” The “Mad Money” host called Pelosi “Crazy Nancy,” one of the president’s favorite monikers for the California Democrat, when he was interviewing her about a coronavirus stimulus plan stalled in Congress. “Earlier today, when I talked to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ‘Squawk on the Street,’ I made a very stupid comment,” Cramer said last Tuesday. “It was a tongue-in-cheek attempt to make a point about the harsh tone of...
    Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images President Donald Trump took to Twitter Sunday morning and took shots at Senator Lisa Murkowski and Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The president touted his support among Republicans and tweeted to Virginia “I am the only thing standing between you and your 2nd Amendment,” even tweeting this at one point: After plugging Lou Dobbs’ upcoming book, the president retweeted a tweet about an upcoming event with Murkowski and added, “No thanks!” No thanks! https://t.co/wNtwLKYDmY — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 20, 2020 Before the news of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing on Friday, Murkowski had indicated she would oppose voting for a nominee put forward by the president before the election. Trump also weighed in on Jim...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump has said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “as crazy as a bed bug” as Republicans work to oust her from her coveted role in Congress. Trump called Pelosi the name during a campaign rally in Mosinee, Wisconsin, on Thursday night. 5The president called House Speaker 'as crazy as a bed bug' during a campaign rally on Thursday nightCredit: The Mega Agency The president called the first female House Speaker the same thing during an interview with Fox & Friends in November 2019. "But I have to deal with crazy Nancy, she's crazy as a … as a bed bug," Trump said during the interview last year. "She is nuts. What she's doing – and she's not talented. She's...
    President Donald Trump ridiculed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday for visiting a hair salon without a mask, breaking coronavirus restrictions in San Francisco. “Crazy Nancy. Crazy as a bedbug,” Trump said. Trump recalled the beauty parlor scandal during a campaign rally in Wisconsin, noting that the salon owner turned in the footage to Fox News, which went viral. “How about that, Huh? We love her,” Trump said, noting that the salon owner was a supporter of him. “She can do my hair anytime. I think I am going to call her in. Check it out.” “Maybe you can do something,” Trump continued. “Maybe you can improve it. It’s not bad though.”
    On Wednesday, President Trump admonished CNBC host Jim Cramer for apologizing after Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” to her face. Trump tweeted, “Jim, you didn’t make a mistake. It’s true, and that’s why you said it. No pandering!” On Tuesday, Cramer, speaking with Pelosi, called her “Crazy Nancy,” echoing President Trump. Cramer asked, “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?” He immediately followed with, “I’m sorry, that was the president. I have such reference for the office. I would never use that term.” The exchange continued: Pelosi: But you just did! But you just did. Cramer: You know what I mean. You know what I mean. Pelosi: I know what you meant. I do. I do. Cramer:...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump has claimed that Nancy Pelosi is “crazy” after TV host Jim Cramer said it to the House Speaker's face during a live interview this week. On Tuesday, Pelosi was live on CNBC with Cramer, talking about another stimulus package and when Americans could expect a bill to pass Congress after months of hold up.   5Mad Money host Jim Cramer called the House Speaker 'Crazy Nancy' on air on Tuesday afternoonCredit: CNBC Cramer, a fast-talking former hedge fund trader who hosts the show Mad Money, told Pelosi: "What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?" But Cramer quickly blamed Trump. "I'm sorry, that was the president. I have such reverence for the office. I would never use that...
    Donald Trump on Wednesday chastised CNBC host Jim Cramer for apologizing for calling Speaker Nancy Pelosi 'crazy' - a moniker the president has given her. 'Jim, you didn't make a mistake. It's true, and that's why you said it. No pandering!,' Trump wrote on Twitter. Cramer, in an interview with the speaker on his CNBC's 'Squawk On The Street' show on Tuesday morning, called Pelosi 'crazy' to her face. He apologized right afterward to Pelosi, saying he was channeling the president. Additionally, he took to Twitter to apologize some more and then offered a longer apology on air later in the day as outrage against him blew up on social media.  Donald Trump on Wednesday chastised CNBC host Jim...
    Madison Summers September 16, 2020 0 Comments CNBC’s Jim Cramer apologized after calling the House speaker “crazy Nancy” during his interview with her, but President Donald Trump is rebuking the apology. Cramer apologized after his “very stupid comment” that “fell completely flat,” as he worded it. “It was a tongue in cheek point about the harsh tone that the negotiations in Washington, but it fell completely flat,” Cramer said on “Mad Money” Tuesday afternoon. “I apologize for that. As I said immediately after the comment, I want to make it clear that I have an incredible amount of respect for both the speaker and, of course, the office she holds.” However, in response, Trump wrote on Wednesday, “Jim, you...
    President Trump scolded CNBC host Jim Cramer on Wednesday for apologizing after he shocked viewers by calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., "Crazy Nancy" to her face during a live interview. “Jim, you didn’t make a mistake. It’s true, and that’s why you said it,” Trump tweeted to accompany video of Cramer’s apology. “No pandering!” It all started during a live interview on Tuesday when Cramer pressed Pelosi about the ongoing discussions on Capitol Hill on coronavirus relief bills. During the segment, Cramer raised eyebrows when he used President Trump's nickname for Pelosi. CNN'S JIM CRAMER CALLS NANCY PELOSI 'CRAZY NANCY' TO HER FACE DURING LIVE INTERVIEW, BLAMES TRUMP  “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy,” Cramer said before catching himself. "That was the president, I have such reverence for the office I would never...
    WASHINGTON — President Trump on Wednesday admonished CNBC host Jim Cramer for “pandering” to Nancy Pelosi after he apologized for calling the powerful House Speaker “Crazy Nancy” to her face mid-interview. “Jim, you didn’t make a mistake. It’s true, and that’s why you said it. No pandering!” Trump wrote in a tweet sharing a video of Cramer’s apology. The outlandish host of “Mad Money” and former hedge fund manager was forced to issue a mea culpa on Tuesday evening after he insulted the 80-year-old California Democrat during an interview on stalled coronavirus stimulus negotiations. “Earlier today, when I talked to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ‘Squawk on the Street,’ I made a very stupid comment,” Cramer said on his show....
    President Donald Trump has weighed in on the recent media controversy surrounding Jim Cramer and his calling of Speaker Nancy Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” during a Tuesday afternoon interview. The CNBC host apologized on air for ostensibly disrespecting the Madame Speaker and explained how it was a misguided effort to reference the bitter divide currently in Congress, particularly in light of a still-stalled relief bill for Covid-19. Cramer asked his CNBC guest, “What deal can we have, crazy Nancy — I’m sorry, that was the president, I have such reverence for the office, I would never use that term, but it is hard isn’t it?” Speaker Pelosi appeared unfazed but shot back, “But you just did!” Cramer responded, “Oh, come...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump says he doesn't think he could've done more to stop virus spread Conservative activist Lauren Witzke wins GOP Senate primary in Delaware Trump defends claim coronavirus will disappear, citing 'herd mentality' MORE on Wednesday chided CNBC’s Jim Cramer after he apologized for calling House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiPelosi seeks to put pressure on GOP in COVID-19 relief battle On The Money: Pelosi says House will stay in session until stimulus deal is reached | GOP short of votes on Trump's controversial Fed pick | WTO rules Trump tariffs on Chinese goods illegal Democratic lawmakers call for an investigation into allegations of medical neglect at Georgia ICE facility MORE (D-Calif.) “crazy Nancy” to her face during a...
    NEW YORK (AP) — CNBC’s Jim Cramer apologized Tuesday for calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “crazy Nancy” during an interview, saying he was trying to make a point about Washington intolerance that fell flat. The fast-talking former hedge fund trader, one of CNBC’s leading personalities for two decades, was interviewing Pelosi on negotiations on a relief bill for those hurt financially by the pandemic. “What deal can we have, crazy Nancy?” he said during the interview. He immediately indicated that he was channeling President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly used that derisive nickname for Pelosi. “I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term,” he said. “But you just did,” Pelosi said. “Oh, come on,” Cramer...
    CNBC host Jim Cramer apologized after online outrage over his use of the president's insult, "Crazy Nancy," during an interview with the Democratic leader on Tuesday. Cramer used the phrase while speaking to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) about negotiations for further coronavirus economic relief. "What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I'm sorry, that was the president. I have such reverence for the office. I would never use that term," Cramer said. "But you just did," laughed Pelosi. "But you just did." "Oh c'mon, you know what I mean," replied Cramer. Cramer reiterated that he had been joking at the end of the interview. ...
    NEW YORK – CNBC's Jim Cramer apologized Tuesday for calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “crazy Nancy” during an interview, saying he was trying to make a point about Washington intolerance that fell flat. The fast-talking former hedge fund trader, one of CNBC's leading personalities for two decades, was interviewing Pelosi on negotiations on a relief bill for those hurt financially by the pandemic. “What deal can we have, crazy Nancy?” he said during the interview. He immediately indicated that he was channeling President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly used that derisive nickname for Pelosi. “I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term,” he said. “But you just did,” Pelosi said. “Oh, come on,” Cramer said....
    CNBC host Jim Cramer offered an apology Tuesday evening after shocking viewers earlier that morning when he called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., "Crazy Nancy" to her face during a live interview. Cramer pressed Pelosi on the ongoing discussions on Capitol Hill on coronavirus relief bills, but raised eyebrows when he used President Trump's nickname for the speaker. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy,” Cramer said before catching himself. "That was the president, I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term." “But you just did,” Pelosi shot back. CNN'S JIM CRAMER CALLS NANCY PELOSI 'CRAZY NANCY' TO HER FACE DURING LIVE INTERVIEW, BLAMES TRUMP “You know what I mean, the reverence I have for the office...
    By DAVID BAUDER, AP Media Writer NEW YORK (AP) — CNBC's Jim Cramer apologized Tuesday for calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “crazy Nancy” during an interview, saying he was trying to make a point about Washington intolerance that fell flat. The fast-talking former hedge fund trader, one of CNBC's leading personalities for two decades, was interviewing Pelosi on negotiations on a relief bill for those hurt financially by the pandemic. “What deal can we have, crazy Nancy?” he said during the interview. He immediately indicated that he was channeling President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly used that derisive nickname for Pelosi. “I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term,” he said. “But you just did,”...
    CNBC’s Jim Cramer apologized on Mad Money Tuesday night for referring to Speaker Nancy Pelosi as “Crazy Nancy” in an interview earlier in the day. As Cramer spoke with Pelosi about stimulus negotiations, he said, “What deal can we have, crazy Nancy…” and then immediately stopped to explain, “I’m sorry, that was the president, I have such reverence for the office, I would never use that term, but it is hard isn’t it?” Cramer received serious criticism for his comments, and on Mad Money he said he was trying to make a joking reference that fell flat: “Earlier today, when I talked to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Squawk on the Street, I made a very stupid comment. It...
    NEW YORK (AP) — CNBC’s Jim Cramer apologized Tuesday for calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “crazy Nancy” during an interview, saying he was trying to make a point about Washington intolerance that fell flat. The fast-talking former hedge fund trader, one of CNBC’s leading personalities for two decades, was interviewing Pelosi on negotiations on a relief bill for those hurt financially by the pandemic. “What deal can we have, crazy Nancy?” he said during the interview. He immediately indicated that he was channeling President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly used that derisive nickname for Pelosi. “I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term,” he said. “But you just did,” Pelosi said. “Oh, come on,” Cramer...
    CNBC host Jim Cramer says he made a “very stupid comment” by referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as “Crazy Nancy” during a televised interview Tuesday morning that sparked criticism on social media. On his show “Mad Money” later Tuesday, Cramer said the remark had been a “tongue-in-cheek attempt to make a point about the harsh tone of the negotiations in Washington.” He was interviewing Pelosi on CNBC’s “Squawk On The Street” show about the prospects for a deal between Democrats and Republicans on a new coronavirus economic aid bill when he asked: “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?” He quickly followed up the remark by apologizing, adding “that was the president.” President Donald Trump has referred...
    CNBC’s Jim Cramer has created a brand of business news host based on his “wild” antics, his “crazy” way of speaking and straight-shooting. His “crazy” way of acting and speaking is supposed to not only be entertaining for viewers, but to bely a secret, no-nonsense intelligence about the financial markets. On Tuesday, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi came on Cramer’s show to discuss what deals are either in the works, or not, between Trump’s Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and the Democratic-led House. Cramer interrupted Pelosi ostensibly to question her on a statement she made a couple of days ago where she said she was “optimistic” that a deal to provide stimulus aid to the American public could be reached. Unfortunately, Cramer really let his...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The longtime host of CNBC, Jim Cramer, was under fire Tuesday after an interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in which he called her ‘Crazy Nancy’ in an apparent attempt to make light of the President Trump’s insulting nickname for her. Pelosi was on CNBC Tuesday morning to discuss the congressional stalemate in coronavirus stimulus talks when Cramer began riffing on what a conversation at the White House about a deal might sound like. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?” said Cramer to Pelosi, before immediately apologizing. “Sorry, that was the president, I have such reverence for the office, I would never use that term,” Cramer said. “But you just did,” said the Pelosi,...
    Savannah Rychcik September 15, 2020 0 Comments CNBC host Jim Cramer is apologizing after calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) a nickname that President Donald Trump uses. Cramer noted Pelosi told CNN days ago she was optimistic about striking a deal with Republicans on another coronavirus relief package. He questioned her about what kind of deal could be made and, in doing so, echoed Trump. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?” Cramer said. He quickly apologized and stressed his respect for the office. “I’m sorry, that was the President.  I have such reverence for the office,” he added. Check out his comments below: CRAMER: What deal can we have, crazy Nancy — I’m sorry, that was the president,...
    CNBC’s Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) “Crazy Nancy” on Tuesday during a discussion on a new coronavirus relief package on “Squawk on the Street.” Insisting he was imitating President Donald Trump’s insult, Cramer quickly apologized. Cramer said, “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I’m sorry, that was the president. I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term.” Pelosi shot back, “But you just did. But you just did.” Cramer said, “Oh, come on, you know what I mean.” Pelosi said, “I know what you mean. I do.” Hanging his head, Cramer said, “The reverence I have for the office is so great that I think its a travesty to ever call...
    The moment Cramer realizes he f-ed up CNBC’s Jim Cramer has created a brand of business news host based on his “wild” antics, his “crazy” way of speaking and straight-shooting. His “crazy” way of acting and speaking is supposed to not only be entertaining for viewers, but to bely a secret, no-nonsense intelligence about the financial markets.  On Tuesday, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi came on Cramer’s show to discuss what deals are either in the works, or not, between Trump’s Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and the Democratic-led House. Cramer interrupted Pelosi ostensibly to question her on a statement she made a couple of days ago where she said she was “optimistic” that a deal to provide stimulus aid to the...
    CNBC host Jim Cramer shocked viewers Tuesday morning when he called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” to her face during a live interview -- but Cramer later claimed it was to make a point "about how horrendous it is that the president" uses the nickname. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy,” Cramer said when discussing coronavirus relief proposals before catching himself and immediately blaming President Trump. CNBC host Jim Cramer shocked viewers on Tuesday morning when he called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” to her face during a live interview. “That was the president, I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term,” Cramer said, referring to the nickname Trump uses to mock Pelosi. “But you...
    DURING a Tuesday morning interview, CNBC's Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "Crazy Nancy" right to her face. Cramer quickly backtracked on the comments, saying he mistakenly used President Donald Trump's favorite nickname for the Speaker and he didn't mean to disrespect her like that. 4CNBC's Jim Cramer called Pelosi 'Crazy Nancy' to her face during an interviewCredit: CNBC 4Pelosi brushed off the use of Trump's nickname for herCredit: AP:Associated Press Pelosi was speaking to Cramer about another coronavirus stimulus package, and when Americans could expect a bill to pass Congress after months of hold-up. "What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?" Cramer asked, before quickly blaming Trump. "I'm sorry, that was the president. I have such reverence for...
    CNBC's Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 'crazy Nancy,' to her face Tuesday morning, utilizing the nickname President Donald Trump has given her.  'Sorry, that was the president,' Cramer immediately said after the slip. 'I have such reverence for the office, I would never use that term.'   Pelosi laughed and said, 'but you just did, but you just did,' and then called Trump the 'master of projection.'  CNBC's Jim Cramer (left) called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (right) 'crazy Nancy,' the nickname given to her by President Donald Trump. Cramer immediately walked back the comment   Pelosi said that Trump (left) gave her the 'crazy Nancy' nickname because he's the 'master of projection.' 'He calls other people crazy because he...
    CNBC CNBC host Jim Cramer quickly apologized after he called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "crazy Nancy," one of President Donald Trump's favorite insults. CNBC host Jim Cramer quikcly apologized after he called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “crazy Nancy,” one of President Donald Trump’s favorite insults. They had been talking about how congress was at an impasse regarding coronavirus stimulus talks. As soon as Cramer uttered, “crazy Nancy” he issued a mea culpa and blamed Trump. “Sorry, that was the president, I have such reverence for the office, I would never use that term,” Cramer said. “But you just did,” Pelosi responded. “You know what I mean,” Cramer added. Pelosi acquiesced and said, “I do.” I’m sorry but this...
    On Tuesday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer, speaking with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, called her “Crazy Nancy,” echoing President Trump. Cramer asked, “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?” He immediately followed with, “I’m sorry, that was the president. I have such reference for the office. I would never use that term.” The exchange continued: Pelosi: But you just did! But you just did. Cramer: You know what I mean. You know what I mean. Pelosi: I know what you meant. I do. I do. Cramer: The reverence I have for the office … Jim Cramer calls Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” TO HER FACE on live television pic.twitter.com/WOndLjtrQP — Jewish Deplorable ???????? (@TrumpJew) September 15, 2020 Pelosi later responded, “Anything the president...
    CNBC anchor Jim Cramer used President Trump's nickname for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — "Crazy Nancy" — while speaking to the California Democrat during an interview on his show Tuesday morning. Cramer and the speaker were discussing long-stalled coronavirus aid negotiations when the host used the irreverent moniker in an attempt to show how conservatives and the Trump administration are engaging in the negotiations. He appeared surprised when Pelosi said she's optimistic about a deal. "I thought I’d take it right off the table right here, this very minute. Mark Meadows said he was the skunk at the party, didn’t really, got in the way between you and I think [Treasury] Secretary Mnuchin. What deal can we have, crazy...
    CNBC host Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” to her face during an interview on Tuesday morning — a taunt for the California liberal typically used by President Trump. The outlandish host of “Mad Money” and former hedge fund manager was interviewing Pelosi on stalled negotiations on a fourth coronavirus stimulus package when the insult appeared to slip out. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy — I’m sorry that was the president,” Cramer said, scrambling to fix the situation. “I have such reverence for the office, I would never use that term.” Pelosi (D. Calif) kept her composure but looked less than pleased, telling Cramer: “But you just did. But you just did.” “Oh come on,...
    CNBC Host Jim Cramer accidentally called Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi “crazy Nancy” during a Tuesday interview with her. During the interview, Cramer asked  Pelosi about what deal could be made with Republicans on a stimulus package, after Senate Democrats blocked the GOP’s package Thursday. During the question, Cramer called the speaker “crazy Nancy”, a name given to her by President Donald Trump. Cramer immediately corrects himself, saying he was sorry and that he was quoting Trump. He also went on to say he would never use such a term. To which Pelosi responded by telling Cramer that he just used the president’s term, while smiling. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I’m sorry, that was the president,...
    Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared on Crazy Jim’s Investor Power Hour CNBC’s Mad Money, hosted by financial media curiosity Jim Cramer Tuesday morning to discuss ongoing congressional negotiations for another — currently stalled — Covid-19 relief bill. Cramer is known mostly as an apolitical media personality. In 2017 he finally revealed whether he was pro- or anti-Trump and lamely came out as dispassionate, asserting he was pro-money. He has enjoyed a good relationship with Madame Speaker, however, which made this moment more curious. At one point, Cramer referred to Nancy Pelosi as “Crazy Nancy,” ostensibly citing the derisive moniker coined by President Donald Trump. Cramer asked his CNBC guest, “What deal can we have, crazy Nancy — I’m sorry, that was...
    President Donald Trump suggested Thursday that San Francisco salon owner Erica Kious would be a better choice to run the House of Representatives than House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “Crazy Nancy Pelosi said she was ‘set up’ by the beauty parlor owner when she improperly had the salon opened (and didn’t wear a MASK!). Does anyone want a Speaker of the House who can be so easily SET UP?” Trump tweeted. (RELATED: Now They’re Trying To ‘Destroy’ The Salon Owner Who Embarrassed Pelosi) Crazy Nancy Pelosi said she was “set up” by the beauty parlor owner when she improperly had the salon opened (and didn’t wear a MASK!). Does anyone want a Speaker of the House who can be so easily...
    President Donald Trump mocked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for getting caught mask-less at a beauty salon, flaunting San Francisco COVID-19 rules.   'The Beauty Parlor owner must really dislike Crazy Nancy Pelosi. Turning her in, on tape, is a really big deal,' Trump tweeted Wednesday morning. 'She probably treats him like she treats everyone else...And she strongly supported a Kennedy who just lost in, of all places, Massachusetts!'  In another tweet on the topic, Trump boasted 'we will almost certainly take back the House.'   On Tuesday, Fox News reported that Pelosi had visited a San Francisco beauty salon the day before for a wash and blow-out and was seen on the salon's security walking around without a mask.  President Donald Trump...
    President Donald Trump heartily criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recently unearthed violation of California’s coronavirus order with a pair of tweets on Wednesday morning. “Crazy Nancy Pelosi is being decimated for having a beauty parlor opened, when all others are closed, and for not wearing a Mask – despite constantly lecturing everyone else,” Trump wrote. “We will almost certainly take back the House, and send Nancy packing!” (RELATED: Pelosi Caught On Camera Getting Her Hair Done In A Shuttered San Francisco Salon) Crazy Nancy Pelosi is being decimated for having a beauty parlor opened, when all others are closed, and for not wearing a Mask – despite constantly lecturing everyone else. We will almost certainly take back the House, and...
    President Donald Trump on Wednesday mocked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for getting caught at a San Francisco hair salon without wearing a mask. “Crazy Nancy Pelosi is being decimated for having a beauty parlor opened when all others are closed, and for not wearing a Mask – despite constantly lecturing everyone else,” Trump wrote on Twitter. Crazy Nancy Pelosi is being decimated for having a beauty parlor opened, when all others are closed, and for not wearing a Mask – despite constantly lecturing everyone else. We will almost certainly take back the House, and send Nancy packing! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 2, 2020 The president commented after leaked security footage showed Pelosi at a hair salon without wearing...
    President Donald Trump ripped House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for getting her hair done in a closed salon without a mask. “Crazy Nancy Pelosi is being decimated for having a beauty parlor opened, when all others are closed, and for not wearing a Mask - despite constantly lecturing everyone else,” Trump tweeted Wednesday. “We will almost certainly take back the House, and send Nancy packing!” The California lawmaker was caught getting a wash and blowout at a San Francisco hair salon on Monday. Salons have been closed since March because of the coronavirus pandemic. They were permitted to reopen on Tuesday.  Security video footage obtained by Fox News shows Pelosi walking around the salon without a face mask. Pelosi has been...
    Donald Trump said Thursday that he fears Republicans could lose their majority in the Senate in November due to GOP senators being 'cute' in not supporting his presidency. 'We're fighting very hard in the Senate. I'll be honest, the Senate is tough,' Trump told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo, one of his biggest media supporters, during a call-in interview. 'We have a couple of people that aren't as supportive of Trump as they should be and those people are going to lose their elections.' 'If they don't support Trump, they lose their elections. It's a very simple element,' he assured. Trump signaled Thursday morning, however, that he has more confidence in the House taking back their majority from 'stone cold...
    President Donald Trump went on the attack against powerful women Thursday morning, labeling vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris a 'mad woman,' blasting Speaker Nancy Pelosi as 'stone-cold crazy,' calling MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski a 'ditzy airhead,' and saying Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is 'not even a smart person.' Harris is a new addition to the president's list of insults - becoming a target after presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden named her his running mate - but Pelosi, Brzezinski and Ocasio-Cortez have frequently felt Trump's wrath. President Trump often engages in gender-based attacks on women, particularly his female critics, as a way to attack their intelligence. He also engages in sexist and racist stereotypes such as the 'angry' woman. President Trump...
    PRESIDENT Trump unloaded on "stone cold crazy" Nancy Pelosi, "mad woman" Kamala Harris, "poor student" AOC and Democrats who he claims "don’t love the country." Trump's slam at the female Democrats and the party as a whole came on Thursday morning in a phone interview with Fox Business' Mornings with Maria. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 9President Trump slammed Nancy Pelosi among other Democrats when speaking with Fox Business on ThursCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9Joe Biden and Kamala Harris arrive at a news conference in Wilmington, Delaware on August 12, 2020. Trump also unleashed on Biden and HarrisCredit: AP:Associated Press 9Trump slammed New York Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as a...
    President Donald Trump said Monday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are blocking the fourth proposed round of aid to Americans suffering the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Trump said he is personally involved in negotiations with Congress, but he dismissed the idea that he should be meeting personally with “Crazy Nancy” Pelosi to break the logjam. “What the Democrats want, they’re slow-rolling it and all they’re really interested in is bailout money to bail out radical left governors and radical left mayors,” Trump said. Trump cited Chicago, Portland, and New York City as examples of poorly run cities that do not deserve a bailout. “We’re really not interested in that,” Trump said. He added that Democrats failed...