Pelosi suggests Trump’s ‘alternative facts’ will stymie deal-making

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Harmeet Dhillon

WASHINGTON — House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has met President Trump twice in the past week, and on Wednesday she described the new president as “so insecure” that it might be difficult to get anything done.

“For a person who is newly elected president of the United States to be so insecure as to declare — he’s now the president, ensconced in the White House and saying, ‘I won the popular vote and 3 to 5 million Americans voted illegally in our country’ — to suggest and undermine the integrity of our voting system is really strange,” the San Francisco Democrat said.

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