Trump Brands Pelosi As ‘Demented Psycho’ On Truth Social

Former President Donald Trump lashed out at Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), branding her a “wicked witch” and stating that she is destined to “live in hell.”

Utilizing his social media platform Truth Social, Trump launched an assault on Pelosi. This came in response to her appearance on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on Friday, where she likened him to a “scared puppy” as he arrived in Washington, DC, to be arraigned in connection with the January 6th Capitol riot case, as Breitbart News noted.

Trump responded directly on Sunday, stating:

I consciously avoided commenting on Nancy Pelosi’s odd story about her husband, but I feel compelled to now since she made a particularly nasty remark about me. “I saw a scared puppy,” she remarked as she joined millions watching me on TV. However, her observation did not align with others’ perceptions. I was not “scared.” Still, what a cruel thing to say! She is a Witch. She is twisted and sick.

Pelosi made several observations in the interview, stating, “Watching the president of the United States being arraigned was compelling. It was intriguing to hear Mr. Dunn’s feelings in the courtroom. Though I wasn’t there, I observed his concern as he exited his car. He looked like a scared puppy, apprehensive about his fate. I saw no confidence or bravado. He understands that he lost the election and must face the consequences.”

Trump, the 45th president, and a leading Republican presidential candidate, pleaded not guilty on Thursday to four counts. These charges include allegations of conspiracies to overturn the 2020 election results, such as Conspiracy to Defraud the United States, Conspiracy Against Rights, Conspiracy Obstructing an Official Government Proceeding, and Obstruction of and an Attempt to Obstruct an Official Government Proceeding.

This marks the third indictment against Trump this year, with two originating from federal-level probes by Special Counsel Jack Smith and one from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office.

The other federal case accuses Trump of mishandling classified documents post-presidency, while Bragg’s lawsuit charges him with engaging in business fraud.