Pelosi said in the new January. 6 Videos She Wanted To ‘Punch’ Her Trump

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she wanted then-President Donald Trump to come to the complex to “punch” him on the day of the attack on the Capitol. Pelosi’s daughter, documentary filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi, captured the moment and many others on January 1. This is the sixth scene from HBO, first obtained from CNN. The broadcast aired hours after the House Selection Committee, which investigated the attack, played another clip of the video at its ninth hearing on Thursday. Speech at the White House today. Another clip shows Pelosi speaking to staff as a crowd begins to gather in the Capitol. In it, Pelosi’s chief of staff, Terry McCullough, told the speaker that the Secret Service had “disengaged” Trump from coming to the Capitol to join his supporters. McCullough says. “So at the moment he doesn’t come, but it can change.” “I hope he comes.” Pelosi answered. “I want to beat him. Now is my moment. I’ve been waiting for this. To break into the Capitol grounds. I want to beat him, I’m going to jail, I’m going. To be happy.” In a video broadcast by CNN, there was another clip similar to what was played at the hearing, showing Pelosi and other congressional leaders busily seeking help as the Capitol was besieged. A montage released at the hearing showed Congressional leaders calling for help from the governor, acting defense secretary and acting attorney general as mobs attacked the Capitol. DN.Y. CEO Chuck Schumer, referring to the Pentagon in the montage, said he was sitting with Pelosi in a private room at 3 p.m. He asked for a “massive” response. The video also showed Pelosi talking to the Virginia governor at the hearing. Ralph Northam wondered if he could deploy his state’s National Guard on Capitol Hill. She told Northam that Congressman Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md. is making the same request to the Governor of Maryland. Larry Hogan. Schumer and Pelosi also saw Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen have a phone call with him asking Trump to dismiss his supporters. Is your law enforcement responsibility a public statement that they all have to leave?” said Schumer. The video also showed Pelosi having two calls with Vice President Mike Pence about how they could resume certification of 2020 election results. Either end the process immediately or wait “work” until the Capitol is secured. At the time, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) conveyed that he wanted lawmakers to return to the Capitol as soon as possible to show that the uprising was unsuccessful. Port McNair site. “It weighs on whether we’re going to do it in the Capitol or in the hallways here.” In the end, the members returned to the National Assembly at a little past 7 pm and completed the procedure. Pelosi and Trump had a very tense relationship during his presidency, including the moment Pelosi and other Democratic leaders left the White House meeting with Trump in 2019, which Pelosi described as a “meltdown.” At the end of President Trump’s third State of the Union address in 2020, Pelosi is famous for tearing up copies of his speeches. Rebecca Shabad is a Washington-based political correspondent for NBC News, and Scott Wong is a senior congressional correspondent for NBC News.
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