We’re all very sad to learn of President Trump and the First Lady’s positive COVID results.
Make no mistake that his positive result will in no way stop him from working hard for our country.
Of course, the mainstream media wasted no time in getting Nancy Pelosi’s reaction to the President’s test results.
While she did say she’s praying for the President, she said his behavior was a “brazen invitation” to contracting the virus.
Wow, such sympathy Nancy!
Here’s more on her reaction from Fox News:
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis is “tragic” and “very sad,” but predictable, given his frequent contact with crowds.
“This is tragic, it’s very sad, but it also is something that again going into crowds unmasked… was a brazen invitation for something like this to happen,” the speaker told MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle Friday.
President Trump and first lady Melania announced they’d tested positive for COVID-19 early Friday morning, after traveling with Trump aide Hope Hicks — who tested positive for the virus hours earlier — to Trump’s Duluth, Minn., campaign event.
According to a source familiar with the circumstances, Hicks began showing symptoms of coronavirus Wednesday night, either during or after the event. She was quarantined aboard Air Force One on the way back and tested positive on Thursday morning, the source said.
Pelosi said she was “nonetheless hopeful that it will be a transition to a saner approach to what this virus is all about.”
How about her “brazen invitation” of visiting a hair salon while not wearing a mask?
While salons are supposed to remain closed?
Nancy's wasted no time in trying to use this situation to her advantage.
She thinks it changes everything when it comes to negotiating a new stimulus bill with Republicans.
CNBC reports on Pelosi's idea to use President Trump's COVID results to her advantage:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday that President Donald Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis could change the shape of talks toward an evasive stimulus deal.
“This kind of changes the dynamic because here [Republicans] see the reality of what we have been saying all along. This is a vicious virus,” the California Democrat told MSNBC, adding that she would pray for the president’s safety.
The House took its last votes of the week Friday before a planned October recess. Lawmakers could return to Washington to pass Covid-19 aid legislation and would get 24 hours of notice before a vote, according to Majority Leader Steny Hoyer’s office.
During a monthslong tug of war over how much money to inject into pandemic relief, Pelosi has repeatedly argued the GOP does not understand the gravity of the Covid-19 outbreak. While she and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are hundreds of billions of dollars apart on a price tag during last-ditch talks toward an aid agreement, Pelosi said she is “optimistic” about striking a deal.
“We always have to find a path, that is our responsibility to do so, and I believe that we will,” she said.
Watch Pelosi's full appearance on MSNBC right here: