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Trump calls out Pelosi and Pierre Delecto (Video)

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The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss US President Trump’s Thursday annual National Prayer Breakfast speech and acquittal press conference, where Trump called out the hypocrisy, corruption and fake faith of Nancy Pelosi and Mitt Romney aka. Pierre Delecto.

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US President Donald Trump took a veiled swipe at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the sole Republican senator to vote for his removal, Mitt Romney, slamming those who use their faith to justify “doing what they know is wrong.”

Trump avoided calling the sanctimonious pair out by name during the annual National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, but everyone listening seemed to know which “very dishonest and corrupt people” he was referring to with his accusations of rank religious hypocrisy.

I don’t like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong,” the president said. “Nor do I like people who say, ‘I pray for you,’ when they know that that’s not so.

They know what they are doing is wrong but they put themselves far ahead of our great country.

Romney made Democrats swoon, after the Senate voted to acquit Trump with a heavily religious-toned speech in which he equated voting to convict the president on the charge of ‘abuse of power’ to fulfilling his duties “before God,” though his own party was none too pleased with his decision. The Utah senator, a Mormon, has referenced his religion repeatedly in justifying his opposition to Trump. Pelosi has said she “prays for” Trump “all the time,” insisting – despite outward appearances and her speech-ripping antics earlier this week – that she “doesn’t hate anybody.

Pelosi, who was present at the prayer breakfast, did not interact with Trump, though she reportedly clapped when he was introduced.

Trump is due to make his official address in response to the previous day’s impeachment vote later on Thursday. The acquittal came as a surprise to few, given Republican control of the Senate, but the partisan rancor that spawned the inquiry in September is unlikely to dissipate anytime soon.


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February 7, 2020

I saw that “Pierre Delecto” thing yesterday, laughed so hard I almost wet myself. As far as Pelosi losing her mind, I didn’t realize she’d found it.

February 8, 2020

But Pelosi apparently doesn’t hate Trump enough to oppose his warmongering foreign policy. That’s the real hypocrisy.

Hypocrisies R US
Hypocrisies R US
Reply to  Janet
February 8, 2020

Oh, gosh…out of a media carpet bombing of hundred of hypocrisies, you’ve seen fit to find the ‘real’ one? I think it deserves a vote. You might win anyway but my guarantee that there’ll be a flurry of close seconds.

MSM Manifesto: “A hypocrisy a day will keep the truth away.” So much more meat to it than “democracy dies in darkness”, (a major hypocrisy itself). don’t you think?

Mormon Madness
Mormon Madness
February 8, 2020

You sure Pierre Delecto is Romney’s secret account? I found one that might be the real one:


Jane Karlsson
Jane Karlsson
February 9, 2020

I’m not sure I’d call Trump ‘a very clever man’ because he never concedes anything and never admits any part of his opponent’s argument. It’s just what Roy Cohn taught him.

Trump is being manipulated by those who want war with Russia. They will probably win, and he will be forced into it whether he wants it or not.

Caveat Emptor
Caveat Emptor
Reply to  Jane Karlsson
February 9, 2020

Empires with loosening grips almost always start world wars.

Iraq Says ISIS Did the Attack that Trump Killed Soleimani For.

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