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PoliticsTrump Accuses Pelosi of Lying: ‘Not True’ I Had a Temper Tantrum at Meeting, I Was ‘Very Polite and Calm’

06:10  23 may  2019
06:10  23 may  2019 Source:   mediaite.com

ISO affirmation: Trump has aides vouch that he's 'very calm'

ISO affirmation: Trump has aides vouch that he's 'very calm' Sometimes even the president of the United States needs somebody to vouch for him. No, Trump insisted Thursday, he did not have a temper tantrum a day earlier when he cut off a White House meeting with congressional Democrats after just three minutes. To prove it _ in the middle of a meeting with farmers _ he called on five members of his staff to bear witness to his demeanor. One by one, his advisers dutifully stepped forward to testify, saying Trump had been "very calm," albeit "direct," in his meeting with the Democrats.

He had a temper tantrum ,'" Trump wrote on Twitter. I didn't rave like you reported,” Trump said, accusing Schumer and Pelosi of attempting to create a false narrative. Trump tweeted following the meeting that it had been a “waste of time,” and that he left after asking Pelosi whether she would be

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer lay into Donald Trump over his lies about the border wall, the dangers of immigration, the midterm election results, and

Trump Accuses Pelosi of Lying: ‘Not True’ I Had a Temper Tantrum at Meeting, I Was ‘Very Polite and Calm’© Provided by Mediaite, LLC[image via Getty Images]

President Donald Trump insisted that what happened in his meeting with Democrats earlier today was definitely not a temper tantrum despite what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested.

In fact, according to his version of the events, he was “purposely very polite and calm.”

“In a letter to her House colleagues, Nancy Pelosi said: ‘President Trump had a temper tantrum for us all to see.’ This is not true. I was purposely very polite and calm, much as I was minutes later with the press in the Rose Garden. Can be easily proven. It is all such a lie!” Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday night.

Jon Summers: Trump's $2 trillion temper tantrum -- President needs to put on big boy pants and get to work

Jon Summers: Trump's $2 trillion temper tantrum -- President needs to put on big boy pants and get to work Trump’s Herculean effort to conceal whatever he’s hiding is not only undermining the core of our democracy, it’s also costing jobs and infrastructure. Specifically, the proposal Democrats had hoped to discuss includes $140 billion to fix roads and bridges, $115 billion to modernize America’s water and sewer systems, and $40 billion to improve our airports and make the airspace safer. And that is literally just the beginning. You know what $2 trillion in infrastructure spending means? Jobs, millions of them.

Nancy Pelosi pushes back against Trump denying he threw a temper tantrum and stormed out of yesterday' s situation room meeting with Democratic leaders on

"He has the power to keep government open. Instead, he has admitted in this meeting that he will take responsibility, the "President Trump had a constructive dialogue with Democrat Leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi ," Sanders said in a True espresso love: Attending a university of coffee.

Earlier Wednesday, Trump walked out of a meeting with Democratic leaders after Pelosi suggested that Trump holding back documents from Congress may amount to a crime and a “cover up.”

In a letter to the Democratic Caucus after the walkout, she described Trump’s actions as a “temper tantrum.”

“Sadly, the only job the President seems to be concerned with is his own,” she wrote. “He threatened to stop working with Democrats on all legislation unless we end oversight of his Administration and he had a temper tantrum for us all to see.”

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway engaged in a tense exchange with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Wednesday after President Trump suddenly cut short a meeting on infrastructure.Trump left the meeting after berating Democrats for roughly three minutes about their investigations and Pelosi's claim that he had "engaged in a cover-up."Pelosi then told others who remained that past Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt worked with their opponents to solve infrastructure problems, but added she was not surprised Trump walked away, according to a source familiar with the exchange.

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