REPORT: Trump, Pelosi wage Twitter war over ‘stammer’ video

NYPost.com:

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Trump traded insults on Twitter Thursday evening after Trump tweeted a video that showed moments when the Democratic congresswoman stammered during a press conference Thursday.

Trump tweeted the video at about 9 p.m. after a long day of back and forth between the two politicians. It contained a series of clips pulled from footage of a 20-minute press briefing in which Pelosi stumbled over her words or paused.

The article goes on to state the following:

Pelosi’s camp responded on her @teampelosi political account, saying the president was trying to “distract” the American public.

“He’s distracting from House Democrats’ great accomplishments #ForThePeople, from his cover-ups, and unpopularity,” they wrote.

“We repeat, we wish that his family or his Administration or his staff would have an intervention for the good of the country,” the tweet added.

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