Trump's now mad people are saying he had a "temper tantrum." He's getting humiliated right now.
President Donald Trump, the most powerful person in the world (allegedly), is not very happy right now that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi called his actions a "temper tantrum."
Trump went off on Wednesday night: "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!"
He then attacked Democrats, as he usually does: "Zero is getting done with the Democrats in charge of the House. All they want to do is put the Mueller Report behind them and start all over again. No Do-Overs!"
This is bringing him much ridicule online, and around the country.
White House correspondent Katie Rogers commented that Pelosi is "perfecting her ability to get under his skin."
Michelangelo Signorile, who has his own show on Sirius, had quite the response as well: "Haha, accusing people of lying. That's pretty rich."
Cheri Jacobus commented: "You stormed out. We all saw it. Even your base now is starting to understand you're a criminal and are getting exposed little by little. I am enjoying your meltdown immensely!"
It's important to note that Trump ended his meeting with Nancy Pelosi today after only a few minutes, deciding to take the position that unless Democrats stop investigating him he's not going to work on issues like prescription drug prices or the nation's infrastructure.
Pelosi then held a public press conference not only denouncing President Trump, but also saying that she is praying for him and the United States.
On the infrastructure negotiations: "He just took a pass. And it just makes me wonder why he did that. In any event, I pray for president of the United States and I pray for the United States of America."
Here's Pelosi commenting on how the meeting really went.
Pelosi on Trump's temper tantrum that blew up the infrastructure meeting: "It was very, very, very strange." pic.twitter.com/BMOxAEUneO— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 22, 2019
What most got under Trump's skin, though, was the fact that Pelosi mentioned publicly that she and her fellow Democrats believe Trump is engaged in a cover-up.
Pelosi really does have the ability to get under his skin. Whatever she's doing, it's working.