We’ve heard plenty of complaints from the left about President Donald Trump’s trip overseas, because apparently whatever the president does is worthy of an endless airing of grievances.
I was wholly unsurprised by liberals complaining about Trump’s visit to the Middle East and Europe. However, I must confess bewilderment at Nancy Pelosi’s complaint about the president’s trip, in which she seems deeply disturbed that Trump didn’t visit the countries in alphabetical order.
Not only was her complaint bizarre, however, but it also proved that she doesn’t know her ABCs — or, perhaps, the official names of the countries that Trump has visited.
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According to The Daily Caller, the remarks came during the House Minority Leader’s weekly press briefing on Thursday, where she was asked her “impressions of President Trump’s trip so far.” That seems like a pretty straightforward question, but the Democrat literally acted as if she’d been called upon to summarize Hegel’s “Phenomenology of Spirit” in 100 words or less.
After a meandering introduction that focused almost exclusively on Pelosi’s travels abroad, she then questioned Trump’s choice of Saudi Arabia as a first trip overseas.
“It was unusual for the president of the United States to go to Saudi Arabia first,” Pelosi said. “Saudi Arabia? It wasn’t even alphabetical. I mean, Saudi Arabia.”
Yeah, man, Saudi Arabia. I mean, like, Saudi Arabia. You know? Saudi Arabia. I’m not quite sure whether that was all a joke or the alphabetization of nations is literally a concern to Rep. Pelosi. However, that wasn’t all Pelosi had to say… [VIDEO ON NEXT PAGE]