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Nancy Pelosi Has The Most Scathing 5-Word Prediction For Donald Trump—And It's Perfection

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Nancy Pelosi spoke with Anderson Cooper about the progress her husband Paul is making, and had a scathing 5-word prediction for Trump this November.

In an appearance on CNN's AC360° with Anderson Cooper, Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi offered a blunt prediction for former Republican President Donald Trump’s fate this November.

Cooper asked the former Speaker of the House about her husband's health. Paul Pelosi was attacked with a hammer in their home by a radicalized man in 2022.


Pelosi remarked on the right-wing politicians and personalities that incited the home invasion and assault on her 84-year-old husband.

You can see the moment here:

Pelosi shared of her husband:

"He’s making progress. He’s about 80% there, physically. Traumatically, it’s terrible."

Pelosi added:

"But what was awful about it... was that they made jokes about it."
"The former President made ridiculous statements. His son said stupid things… And that was very hurtful to us, to our children, to our grandchildren, but more importantly, to our country."
"Who do they think they are?"

Then Pelosi offered her prediction for the 2024 election.

"Well, you know what they are, they're going to be losers in just few months."

And then offered this catchy 5-word prediction for Trump himself:

"Once again: indicted, impeached convicted loser. again"

People concurred with Pelosi's assessment of Trump.











Convicted felon Trump is the presumptive 2024 GOP presidential candidate.

His official selection will take place at the Republican National Convention July 15-18.

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