Pelosi and Schumer get personal and blast Trump for his 'obsession' with the wall in response to prime-time speech – calling his border barrier 'cruel' and accusing him of throwing a 'temper tantrum' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Pelosi and Schumer get personal and blast Trump for his 'obsession' with the wall in response to prime-time speech – calling his border barrier 'cruel' and accusing him of throwing a 'temper tantrum'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer used their allotted time following President Trump's prime-time speech to rip his 'obsession' with the border wall and castigate him for throwing a tirade.

Schumer and Pelosi, who both served in office during the shutdowns of the Clinton administration where House Republicans ended up getting most of the blame, blamed the president for a 'senseless shutdown' and called the wall 'cruel' and unnecessary.

'Sadly, much of what we have heard from President Trump throughout this senseless shutdown has been full of misinformation and even malice,' said Pelosi, hitting at the president's motives from the get-go.

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