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Pelosi is so 'done' with Trump the 'diverter in chief' Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds her weekly news conference with Capitol Hill reporters in WashingtonMore
Deanna Wagner | 14 June, 2019, 21:29

Fox News host Mark Levin called out House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other top Democrats for acting in an "unconstitutional" fashion toward President Trump.

"So I just wasn't going to engage in that", Pelosi said on Thursday, "but I never do anyway, it's our practice".

Last week Trump called Pelosi, the most powerful U.S. Democrat, "a disgrace. a nasty, vindictive, terrible person".

"I'm done with him", Pelosi told Raju at the Fiscal Summit from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.

Later in the segment, Trump circled back to Pelosi - this time accusing her of a criminal act for opposing the construction of a southern border wall.

"I think that an impeachment inquiry is right on our doorstep,"Ocasio-Cortez said". "This one was brought by Nancy Pelosi".

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During a Tuesday event in Washington, D.C., Pelosi said Democrats should not impeach Trump for political reasons, but she added that it's not off the table if more evidence emerges. "We're not done with her".

"I don't even want to talk about him", she said".

Pelosi has previously talked about Trump's comments and threats being a diversion from the issues.

"When we have conversations in our caucus they stay in our caucus", Pelosi said. Last week, the Speaker said that Trump's threatened tariffs on Mexico were both bad policy and a distraction from the Mueller report.

Speaking to reporters, the U.S. House of Representatives' top Democrat said her caucus would continue to investigate Trump and his administration through their various committees, one day after Trump said he would take information from foreign sources on any political opponents and might not contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She and Trump both attended ceremonies in France marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day operation that helped end World War Two.