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Pelosi predicts ‘what’s his name’ would fail in a 2024 White House run By Reuters


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is holding her weekly news conference in Washington at the U.S. Capitol on September 8, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo


(Reuters) – Former U.S. President Donald Trump might make another White House run in 2024, but if he does, he will take his place in American history as a two-time loser, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi predicted on Thursday.

While visiting England, the Democratic leader was asked questions during a discussion about Trump’s two impeachment trials she started in February 2021 and late 2019.

Pelosi took advantage of the opportunity to make a political statement against Trump, who is still the largest force within the Republican Party.

Pelosi continued talking about Trump but not his name.

Pelosi stated, “I refer to him from time-to-time as “What’s His Name,” and quickly added, “If he wishes to run again, then he’ll become the first president that was impeached twice or defeated twice.”

She was greeted by a large British audience with applause.

Pelosi was involved in a number of domestic and international disputes with Trump during his four-year tenure at the White House. These included immigration policies, infrastructure investments and the response to the pandemic.

Her reputation as a skeptic and able to deflect from Trump was reflected in her two impending impeachment proceedings.

The Republican-controlled Senate acquitted Trump both times.

He is now recruiting Republican challengers. Trump is rumored to be considering running for president again in 2024.

Pelosi stated, “I tell my Republican friends and I have some,” “Take back your party,” You have been taken over by a cult which is not good for the country.

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