"You know what? I think they're in big trouble". (AP) Mr Trump previously threatened a series of tariffs on Mexico as he demanded new action on border security and migration, but last night, he said he was dropping the threat and claimed the United States had reached a satisfactory agreement with Mexico. I've tried to be good to her ensuing from I'd beget cherished to beget gotten some deals carried out. "She's incapable of doing deals". "She's a nasty, vindictive, frightful person".
Trump's tweets echoed attacks on Pelosi made during a television interview Thursday at the site of a solemn ceremony in France commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
"Congress will continue to withhold the Trump Administration accountable for its disasters to address the humanitarian discipline at our southern border", she acknowledged.
As for her "in prison" comment, Trump added, "It was a awful, nasty, vicious statement while I'm overseas".
The feud between President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), the current head of the Democratic party, escalated another notch this week after Pelosi reportedly said she wanted to see Trump in prison and the president responded by calling her "nasty" and "vindictive".
Trump on Saturday took a swipe of his maintain at Dwelling Democrats, announcing they are getting "nothing executed". There is not a clear criminal offense; and Attorney General Barr is right that a president should not be charged unless there's an obvious crime - you don't want to tear the country apart over something that is merely arguable or requires a novel construction of the law.
"Nancy Pelosi's a disaster", he said. Mueller said there was not enough evidence to establish a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, but he said he could not exonerate Trump on obstruction.
Just last month, Pelosi said she was praying for the president after she accused him of throwing a temper tantrum during a meeting on infrastructure.
Pelosi may be saying that she doesn't want to take the political risk of impeachment, and instead would prefer to focus on beating him in the 2020 election so he can be prosecuted when he's out of office.
Over the weekend, Trump called on Twitter to bring back the "banned Conservative Voices", likely referencing Twitter's recent move to kick some conspiracy theorists, like Alex Jones and others espousing racist views, off the platform. He also said that the Constitution "requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing", a reference to impeachment.