Nancy Pelosi Makes Friday Afternoon Veto Announcement That Will Send Trump Into A Tizzy

We can't wait to see the tantrum that Trump is about to throw.

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Nancy Pelosi is after Trump again and we can’t get enough of it.

This afternoon, Trump signed the first veto of his presidency after 12 GOP senators sided with the Democrats to reject his national emergency declaration over the border wall. But that “VETO!” that he was so proud of is going to be short-lived if House Speaker Pelosi has anything to do with it.

Nancy Pelosi announced today that on March 26th, Congress will be voting to override Trump’s veto. In her statement, she said, “The House and the Senate resoundingly rejected the President’s lawless power grab, yet the President has chosen to continue to defy the Constitution, the Congress and the will of the American people.” She then added that “House Republicans will have to choose between their partisan hypocrisy and their sacred oath to support and defend the Constitution.”

Long story short, Nancy has no time for Donald’s bullshit. Trump has gone through literally every avenue he can imagine to try to secure the funding for his wall — the wall that Mexico was supposed to foot the bill for, no less. He’s shut down our government for a record-breaking amount of time and tried to rile this country up into a state of national emergency for something that’s barely even an actual issue. Everyone has had enough.

Even Trump’s very own people are turning against him in the mess and refuse to attach their name to something so ignorant, hateful, and useless. Pelosi intends to make sure that Trump’s veto decision goes down in the books the same way his government shut down and state of national emergency has done so far – a complete and total bust.

Now we just sit back and wait for the absolute Twitter tantrum that will ensue once Trump discovers that the lady of the house is taking away his power like candy from a baby.

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