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OOPS! CNN Makes A Total FOOL Of Nancy Pelosi During LIVE Interview- SHE CRACKED! [WATCH]


The Democratic Party has had quite a few blunders, but you’ve seen nothing till you watch Nancy Pelosi flounder during a CNN interview. Simple questions seem to confuse and bewilder Pelosi and she comes up with far out delusional comments. During an interview with Anderson Copper from CNN on Wednesday, she was asked, “Who is the leader of the Democratic party?” The House Minority Leader looked like a deer in head lights and quickly spouts off the first thing she could think of…

“Well, President Obama was the President of the United States until just a matter of weeks ago. I don’t think that he can be dismissed as the leader of the Democratic Party,” the Democrat from California answered. “Hillary Clinton did not win the election, but a respected leader.” “We have leaders for all different aspects of it. The Democratic Party is a congressional party, and we have members in Congress. It is a gubernatorial party.”


Cooper came back to address the major losses the Democratic Party has had recently. “On a state level, it’s a party which has suffered tremendous losses in the last couple of years,” Cooper stated.

Pelosi tried to explain that the Party has a plan to deal with the historic loss on the state level that happened during the ‘leadership’ of ex-president Barack Obama.

When Anderson Cooper pressed Pelosi for an answer on who is the Democatic party leader currently, she says, “Well we’re not in a Presidential time.”

So based on Nancy Pelosi answers, the Democratic Party has no leader ever since the epic loss of the presidency. I guess for the Democrats if you lost the Presidential election, you have no leader. Maybe this says something about why they lost in the first place.


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