Nancy Pelosi has NEW complaint about Trump that leaves people in hysterics

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Nancy Pelosi is widely known for saying some pretty nutty things, but ever since Donald Trump became president, it seems as if she’s been on a mission to out do herself in the lunacy department.

Her latest insane rambling comes in the form of a brand-spanking new complaint against our president, but what she’s railing against now is really far out in left field.

Apparently, Pelosi is angry that Trump isn’t visiting foreign countries in alphabetical order. Yes, this is for real.

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The American Mirror reports, During a press briefing on Thursday, the House Minority Leader criticized the president’s choice of visiting Saudi Arabia first during his inaugural foreign trip.

“I thought it was unusual for the President of the United States to go to Saudi Arabia first. Saudi Arabia!” Pelosi said.

“It wasn’t even alphabetical. I mean, Saudi Arabia.”

The Democrat leader contrasted Trump’s visit with George W. Bush first visiting Mexico, and Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama visiting Canada first.

“Our friends and neighbors,” she said. “What was the decision-making process to go to Saudi Arabia first? That is a question that I have,” she said.

So…if we can translate for a moment, it would seem Rep. Pelosi feels other countries, higher in the alphabet, are perhaps friendlier to the United States than Saudi Arabia. By this logic, thank goodness Trump did not visit Uruguay, Venezuela or Zimbabwe.

A big shout out to Nancy Pelosi and her fellow liberals for providing so much great material to write about.

[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]

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