Pelosi Gives Up Game: Trump Indictments ‘Are Exquisite, Beautiful and Intricate’

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) celebrated the “exquisite, beautiful, and intricate” indictments against President Donald Trump.

During an interview with NY Mag, Pelosi weighed in on the indictments and warned readers there “would be a criminal enterprise in the White House” if Trump wins a second term.

“I knew on January 6 that he had committed a crime,” Pelosi claimed before talking about her anti-Trump committee “investigating” Jan. 6.

“When people were accepting the offer to be on the committee, they knew that it wasn’t going to be every five minutes that they’d be speaking,” she said.

“It would be part of the plan to present a narrative for the public to understand.

“The quality of the membership, the effectiveness of the staff, and the excellence of the presentation made it one of the best presentations in the history of our country.

“I did want them to pay attention, and I hope that we got their attention.

“That’s why the presentation — the narrative — had to be the way it was.

“We couldn’t have people, like the Republicans wanted to put on, who would be disruptive, disruptive, disruptive.

“Too much was at stake,” Pelosi claimed.

“The indictments against the president are exquisite.

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“They’re beautiful and intricate, and they probably have a better chance of conviction than anything that I would come up with.”

When asked what would happen if Trump won a second term, Pelosi said:

“Don’t even think of that.

“Don’t think of the world being on fire.

“It cannot happen, or we will not be the United States of America.

“If he were to be president, it would be a criminal enterprise in the White House,” she said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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