Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Wednesday night, Sean slammed Nancy Pelosi for accusing President Trump of a “cover up” but failing to name any specific crime or example of wrongdoing.
“For nearly three years, Pelosi, Schumer, they’ve relied on nothing other than lies and conspiracy theories. They’ve been on a mission to take down President Trump at all costs. They have no plan for the economy, none to improve the lives of the forgotten men and women of America,” said Hannity.
“Instead, three long years and one big lie, conspiracy theories. Now the gig is up. We’ve had four separate investigations that have all cleared President Trump of the charges leveled against him and his campaign,” he added. “Democrats are now grasping at straws and calling for a fifth investigation. Rage, hatred, psychosis now govern the Democratic Party.”
The President abruptly ended his meeting with top Democrats Wednesday; saying he’s been the most “transparent” leader in the history of the United States.
“I came here to do a meeting on infrastructure with Democrats. Not really thinking they want to do infrastructure or anything else other than investigate… I just saw that Nancy Pelosi says she believes the President is engaged in a cover-up. I’m the most transparent President in the history of this country,” said the President from the White House lawn.
President Trump: "I came here to do a meeting on infrastructure with Democrats, not thinking they really wanted to do infrastructure or anything else other than investigate." https://t.co/Q3mRkHBh8r pic.twitter.com/WmoBxnxKrV
— The Hill (@thehill) May 22, 2019
“For some reason, he really couldn’t match the greatness of the challenge that we have. It wasn’t really respectful of the Congress and the White House working together. It makes me wonder why he did that,” said Pelosi following the meeting.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 22, 2019
The stalled talks come weeks after both parties agreed to a tentative infrastructure bill that allocated $2 trillion for the nation’s roads, highways, and rail networks.
President Trump, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi agreed to a bipartisan $2 trillion Infrastructure bill earlier this year; unveiling their plans to help rebuild the nation’s roads, broadband connectivity, and more.