Pelosi Fears for Another Trump Run With Insult, He’ll be the First President Impeached and Defeated Twice’

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) spoke at the Cambridge Union today. One noteworthy moment was when she mentioned an apparent concern for former President Trump to possibly run for president again.

She began by answering a question about Trump by saying “I don’t ever talk about him”. She then proceeded to talk about him. She was asked if President Trump’s enthusiasm was dampened when he was impeached the first time. “If he wants to run again he’ll be the first president who was impeached twice and defeated twice”.

The hatred for Donald Trump from Nancy Pelosi in the clip below is so thick in the air you could proverbially cut it with a knife. Watch:

Pelosi went on to bash Republicans for supporting Trump in the video above:

“Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s message: “I say to my Republican friends, and I do have some: Take back your party. You’re the Grand Old Party of America, you’ve done wonderful things for our country. You now have been hijacked by a cult …””

Here is Pelosi’s tweet discussing her event today and saying that she accepted an honorary membership at the Cambridge Union:

Former President Trump has not even announced he’s running in 2024 yet. Nevertheless, many Republicans hope he does, and many Democrats fear he will.

We will probably know sooner than later what his plans are. He has dropped many hints as to the likelihood of such a run but hasn’t made anything official.

Varsity reported in part on the Cambridge event:

The event will welcome all members of the Cambridge Union, offering both in-person viewing as well as access through a livestream. Given that the event falls outside of the Cambridge academic term, members will be given the opportunity to reserve a spot in advance.

Speaker Pelosi is the most senior sitting American politician to visit the Cambridge Union in its 206 years of existence. Having served as the top leader of the House Democratic Caucus continuously since 2003, Pelosi became the first woman to be elected Speaker of the House of Representatives and served from 2007 until 2011. After her successful re-election to the Speakership in 2019, Pelosi was involved in the impeachment trials against former President Donald Trump.

Newly elected President of the Cambridge Union Society, Keir Bradwell, remarked: “it is an honour to welcome Pelosi to Cambridge. What she believes matters: she is one of the most influential people in American politics and has been for almost two decades.” During her visit, Speaker Pelosi will be made an honorary member of the Society.

The Union, like many other Cambridge societies, was forced to postpone and cancel in-person speaking events throughout 2020 and the first few months of 2021. Bradwell acknowledged that “Speaker Pelosi represents the first international speaker we have hosted since the pandemic began in Lent 2020.”

Additionally, the Union President commented that Pelosi’s visit signifies the “first time we will be able to run our chamber at maximum capacity.”