In part of a 60-minute interview released on Friday, House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called for the prosecution of Donald Trump for calling him the “disturbed, awkward, dangerous” President of the United States designated states.
Pelosi attacks Trump
“Well, unfortunately, the person in charge of the executive is a crazy, awkward, dangerous President of the United States, and only a few days before we can be protected from him,” Pelosi said. “But he did something so serious that there should be prosecution against him.”
She added that the 25th amendment was still open and that “nothing is off the table”.
See also: Nancy Pelosi: After the ‘armed uprising’ the House could indict Trump again
Pelosi discusses nuclear codes
This came after Pelosi announced that she had spoken to the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, General Mark Milley, to discuss President Trump and the nuclear codes.
“This morning I spoke with Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley to review the precautions available to prevent an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike,” Pelosi wrote in a letter.
“The situation of this awkward president couldn’t be more dangerous and we must do everything we can to protect the American people from their unbalanced attack on our country and our democracy,” she added.
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After the meeting ended, Pelosi told her congregations that she had been reassured that security precautions were in place should Trump attempt to shoot down a nuclear weapon.
“Speaker Pelosi initiated a call to the chairman. He answered her questions about the nuclear command process, “Colonel Dave Butler said in a statement on CNN.
Related: Pelosi urges military to block “Unhinged” President Trump from nuclear codes
Pelosi and her fellow Democrats are preparing a push to indict Trump if he doesn’t resign.
“It is members’ hope that the president will resign immediately,” Pelosi said in a statement to the New York Times. “But if he doesn’t, I’ve told the rules committee to be prepared.”
This piece was written by James Samson on January 9th, 2021. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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