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Nancy Pelosi says Trump will be "gassed" out of the White House if he refuses to accept defeat


Nancy Pelosi says Donald Trump will be "gassed" out of the White House if he refuses to accept defeat, and says, "He'll go!"

  • Pelosi said Trump will go whether he knows it or not.
  • She said there is a "process" that "has nothing to do with the specific White House resident."
  • She said it had nothing to do with whether a "certain person" had no "desire to move and should be fumigated from there".
  • Joe Biden's campaign said the US government was "perfectly able to escort White House intruders."
  • Trump Predicted "Mail-In Voting Will Manipulate Election"
  • He refused to say he would accept the results and added, "I have to see"

House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi expressed little concern that President Trump will check out the White House if he loses the ballot box. He would be "fumigated" if he refused to leave.

The spokesman commented on MSNBC the day after a Trump refused to tell Fox anchor Chris Wallace that he would accept the November election results.

"The fact is, whether he knows it or not, he will go," Pelosi said to MSNBC on Monday morning, sounding nonchalant, even if other Democrats are upset about what could happen if Trump refuses to accept the election results.

Pest Control: House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, said Donald Trump's departure is nonchalant because Donald Trump does not accept the election results, even if he doesn't feel like moving and needs to be fumigated from there.

"Just because he may not want to move out of the White House doesn't mean we won't have an inauguration ceremony to inaugurate a properly elected President of the United States," she said.

Pelosi noted that she is the second president after Vice President Mike Pence.

“Just last week I had my regular government briefing. You might be interested because I tell them: "It will never happen. If God wills, it will never happen," Pelosi told interviewer Mika Brzezinski.

& # 39; But there is a process. It has nothing to do with the specific White House resident who doesn't feel like moving and needs to be gassed from there because the presidency is the presidency. It is not geography or place. & # 39;

President Trump refused to say he would accept the results and said Fox News' Chris Wallace said "I have to see"

President Trump refused to say he would accept the results and said Fox News' Chris Wallace said "I have to see"

"The United States government is perfectly capable of escorting White House intruders," Joe Biden's campaign replied to Trump's comments

Hillary Clinton beat up Trump for failing to say in advance that he would accept the election results and then raised the interference of the Russian elections after Trump won the election

Hillary Clinton beat up Trump for failing to say in advance that he would accept the election results and then raised the interference of the Russian elections after Trump won the election

Pelosi's statement about whether Trump needs to be "fumigated" from the White House comes to the White House after the police used tear gas on protesters across the country this year

Pelosi's statement about whether Trump needs to be "fumigated" from the White House comes to the White House after the police used tear gas on protesters across the country this year

Trump made his comments in an interview with Fox's Chris Wallace

Trump made his comments in an interview with Fox's Chris Wallace

So much for him. I wouldn't spend that much time on it. This is a victory for him, because then we won't talk about your first, more important topic. What are we going to do to stop this malicious virus attacking our health, life, livelihood and life? our democracy.

Trump, in his sitting interview with Fox's Chris Wallace, declined to say definitively that he would accept the election results, as he said before election day 2016.

& # 39; It depends on whether. I think mail-in-voting will manipulate the election. I really do, «Trump said.

"Are you suggesting that you may not accept the election results?" Wallace asked him? & # 39;

& # 39; No. I have to see, ”Trump replied.

Pelosi's response was similar to that of rival Joe Biden.

& # 39; The American people will decide this choice. And the United States government is perfectly capable of escorting White House intruders, ”said Biden spokesman Andrew Bates.

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