POLL: Did Pelosi get off the hook too easy after breaking House rules?

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi broke the rules of the very House she governs on Tuesday, when she declared in a speech from the House floor that President Trump is a racist.

In her speech, Pelosi referred to President Trump’s remarks regarding four progressive congresswomen, in which he said if they don’t like America, they should just go back where they came from.

“These comments from the White House are disgraceful. These comments are racist,” Pelosi declared.

Republican Rep.Doug Collins quickly objected, noting that Pelosi’s words were unparliamentary and should be taken down. Pelosi was banned from speaking on the House floor for the rest of the day for her “personality-based” remark, but in the end, the motion to strike Pelosi’s words from the record failed, as all Democrats stood behind her. They then voted to restore her speaking privileges.

Collins spoke out on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning, saying Pelosi’s comments, were clearly over the line.

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