Pelosi went first, with demure shrugs and practiced sass. Then, as a tornado warning blared across Washington, Trump followed with a derisive nickname — something he had declined to give her, up to now.
Amid scrutiny over Joe Biden's past behavior toward women, Nancy Pelosi told that he ``has to understand that in the world we are in now people's space is important to them and what's important is how they receive it, not necessarily how you intended it.''
"I'm not for impeachment (of Trump). Unless there's something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path, because it divides the country," Nancy Pelosi said.
Though Trump pledged to “do something in the alternative,” it was not immediately clear whether he had completely given up on holding the speech in the Capitol. Some lawmakers raised the possibility that he could deliver it in the Senate chamber.