Pelosi Frets About Trump's Lack of Sleep, Then Calls Him 'Bush' Twice
By Susan Ferrechio, The Washington Examiner
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said she is "very worried" about President Trump's "fitness" and whether he gets enough sleep, and then proceeded to call him "President Bush" twice as she criticized him in front of reporters.
At her weekly press conference, she suggested that Trump lacks the "stamina" to "keep his thoughts together," but was unaware that she called him the name of the last Republican president.
"I'm very worried about his fitness, but that is something he and the people in the White House have to make a judgement about, and I don't know if there is the courage or the conviction in the White House to say to the president you shouldn't be tweeting something like that," she said.
Pelosi said Trump "tries to charm you," calling him "President Bush."
"Then he tries to bully you and if that doesn't work he walks away," Pelosi said.
Trump's statements, Pelosi said, "need some discipline but I don't know if anyone in the White House has the courage to discipline the president."
Pelosi added, "He needs work, and he needs sleep."