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On Thursday afternoon’s airing of CNN Newsroom, host Brooke Baldwin had on CNN presidential historian Douglas Brinkley, a history professor at Rice University. The liberal media have been obsessively covering the recent jabs between President Donald Trump and Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Brinkley, rather than remaining an objective historian, couldn’t help but drool over Pelosi as a partisan mouthpiece and naturally Baldwin had no problem with it.
Brinkley stated that the President “overreacted” to Pelosi’s claims that the President is involved in a “cover-up.” This “overreaction” is due to the impromptu conference that Trump held in the White House Rose Garden after walking out on the infrastructure week meeting with congressional Democratic leadership.
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He went on to say that Pelosi was “a master at reading people” and a “historic Speaker.” Here is the rest of the exchange:
She knew he would because she's a master at reading people. You don't become the Speaker of the House if you’re not able to understand human nature of all of the people on Capitol Hill and she's been here for a long time. She's now a historic Speaker. And this may be seen as the Pelosi age in the Democratic Party. She's filled the leadership void. Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton, and Joe Biden kind of disappeared for a while and she's kind of stepped to the forefront. But the one thing that Nancy Pelosi has to be careful of is impeachment. Because that word divides the Democrats like the Iraq war did. Are you for the Iraq war or against the Iraq war? What does Joe Biden do with that? Is he for impeachment or against impeachment? And if it gets simplified too much you could have a civil war within the Democratic Party.
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