Donald Trump stayed up well past his bedtime Sunday and, like so many people with a toxic relationship with social media, spent his night rage-posting about Nancy Pelosi.

At 12:30 a.m. ET, Trump fumed at Pelosi’s Sunday morning appearance on MSNBC, where she described Trump’s debate last week as a “manifesto of lies” and recalled when she shredded a copy of his State of the Union address in 2020. This apparently roiled Trump, who falsely claimed Pelosi was “exposed by her daughter, a filmmaker, as being fully responsible for the lack of security on January 6th” before declaring Pelosi is “a sick ‘puppy,’ and always has been!!”

During her interview on MSNBC, Pelosi pointed out that it was Trump’s own inactions that aided in the riotous storming of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. She likened it to Trump’s downplaying of Covid-19 and elevation of Covid-related conspiracy theories, which, according to Pelosi and public health experts, greatly exacerbated the pandemic. “This is a dangerous person and evil,” Pelosi told MSNBC.

Trump blamed Pelosi for the Capitol riot during his debate—but Pelosi didn’t block the National Guard from mobilizing as Trump supporters rioted at the Capitol. She doesn’t even have the authority to reject them. Footage captured by her daughter on January 6, 2021, showed Pelosi desperately calling military contacts to ask why the National Guard hadn’t mobilized.

The morning after the debate, Pelosi pointed out the absurdity of Trump’s claim, telling reporters with CBS, “He thinks I planned my own assassination? He’s sicker than I thought.”

Trump’s accusations against Pelosi are not new but have intensified as his legal troubles mount. His claims about Pelosi’s responsibility for the January 6th events are widely disputed and lack evidence. The House Select Committee’s investigation into the Capitol riot highlighted Trump’s failure to act decisively during the crisis, contrasting sharply with Pelosi’s urgent calls for military support.

Pelosi’s comments on MSNBC underscore the deep political and personal animosity between her and Trump. Her labeling of Trump as “dangerous” and “evil” reflects the broader Democratic critique of Trump’s presidency, especially his handling of critical events like the pandemic and the Capitol riot.

Trump’s late-night social media activity has often been a source of controversy, with critics arguing that it underscores his impulsive and inflammatory approach to political discourse. His latest tirade against Pelosi is seen as part of a broader strategy to deflect blame and energize his base by targeting familiar political adversaries.

As the political climate remains charged, Pelosi’s and Trump’s interactions continue to exemplify the deep divisions within American politics. Their ongoing feud is likely to persist as Trump remains a central figure in the Republican Party and Pelosi in the Democratic Party.



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