Trump Schools Pelosi — And His Lesson Is Unforgettable

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a battle between Former President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi! Thankfully, Trump always comes out on top.

According to a forthcoming book by two Washington Post reporters, Pelosi voiced her concern that Trump would enact a nuclear war on his final day in office.

The House speaker reportedly relayed her worries to ‘woke’ General Milley, and the two began a Trump bashing session.

Pelosi said:

“This guy’s crazy. He’s dangerous. He’s a maniac.”

But Trump thinks Pelosi is the crazy one — and many would happen to agree with him.

He released a statement to the Save America website following reports on Pelosi’s hysterics:

After the speaker expressed her concerns, Milley reportedly told Pelosi, “Ma’am, I guarantee you that we have checks and balances in the system.”

Less than a week later, as military and law enforcement leaders planned for President Joe Biden’s inauguration, Milley reportedly said he was determined to avoid a repeat of Jan. 6.

“Everyone in this room, whether you’re a cop, whether you’re a soldier, we’re going to stop these guys to make sure we have a peaceful transfer of power,” MIlley told them, according to the book. “We’re going to put a ring of steel around this city and the Nazis aren’t getting in.”

At Biden’s swearing in ceremony on Jan. 20, Milley sat behind former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama, who asked the general how he was feeling.

“No one has a bigger smile today than I do,” Milley replied. “You can’t see it under my mask, but I do.”

The General expressed his undue fear that Trump and his allies would attempt a coup instead of leaving office in peace.

“They may try, but they’re not going to f***ing succeed,” Milley reportedly told his deputies. “You can’t do this without the military. You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI. We’re the guys with the guns.”

The book said Milley believed Trump was “the classic authoritarian leader with nothing to lose,”

Milley, according to the book, described “a stomach-churning” feeling when he heard Trump discuss election fraud. The general went as far as comparing the situation to the 1933 attack on Germany’s parliament building that established Adolf Hitler’s dictatorship.

“This is a Reichstag moment,” Milley told aides, according to the book. “The gospel of the Führer.”

Author: Sebastian Hayworth