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Pelosi’s shocking hate for Trump is much deeper than politics. She should get therapy.

In a recent interview, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., described ex-President Donald Trump as an “imposter” and suggested that he needs an intervention. Speaking with MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell, Pelosi remarked, “He knows he’s off-kilter, he understands he’s an imposter.”

Pelosi went on to express her hope that Trump’s family would step in to help him. “I wish his family, assuming they care for him beyond the financial aspects, would intervene,” she said. She also indicated a desire for the Republican Party to intervene.

On the same day, Trump held a series of meetings with Republican lawmakers, discussing various issues such as abortion and his ongoing legal troubles. One topic raised by GOP senators was the possibility of eliminating taxes on tips for servers, signaling Trump’s intent to prioritize economic issues as the November election approaches.

Commenting on these meetings, Pelosi criticized the GOP’s unwavering support for Trump, stating, “They’ve become followers of a thug, and that’s truly unfortunate.”

As Trump continues his re-election campaign, these meetings took place just weeks ahead of the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Pelosi condemned these meetings as a return “to the scene of the crime,” referencing the January 6th Capitol riot. “We must ensure this isn’t erased from history,” she emphasized.

Trump has previously blamed Pelosi for the events of January 6th. In a 2023 interview, he stated, “Nancy Pelosi was in charge of security and she declined the offer of 10,000 soldiers,” suggesting that the riot could have been prevented if she had accepted the soldiers.

During her MSNBC appearance, Pelosi characterized Trump as “a master of projection,” noting, “He projects his own flaws onto others, be it a judge, a witness, a juror, a member of Congress, a woman, or an election opponent.”