Senator Mitt Romney on Monday slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as she received a haircut following the Senate’s withdrawal from the August recess.
‘Cleanliness is underway to resume the Senate. Better Salon than Pelosi! ‘Romney tweeted referring to Pelosi’s recent visit to a hair salon, which was closed due to local coronavirus restrictions.
Romney shared the tweet with a photo of his wife cutting her hair at her Utah home.
Pelosi became the subject of widespread ridicule last week, as video of her not wearing a mask inside ESLone SF was leaked on Fox News on August 31.
A stylist of California congressmen defended her, suggesting that Ilona owner Erica Cuse had deliberately pitched Pelosi and authorized the appointment of the controversial hair.
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Senator Mitt Romney on Monday castigated House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as she received a haircut before the Senate’s withdrawal from the August recess.
‘Cleanliness is underway to resume the Senate. Better Salon than Pelosi! ‘Romney tweeted referring to Pelosi’s recent visit to a hair salon, which was closed due to local coronavirus restrictions. Romney shared a tweet with a photo of his wife cutting hair at her home
Pelosi became the subject of widespread ridicule last week, as video of her not wearing a mask inside ESLone SF was leaked on Fox News on August 31. White House press secretary Kayle McNee played the video during a press briefing and called Pelosi a hypocrite
But Cute denied the claim, telling Fox News last Wednesday: ‘[Pelosi] Had called the stylist, or his assistant, and made the appointment so the appointment was already booked so there was no way I could set him up.
‘And I’ve had a camera system for five years, I mean I didn’t go there and as soon as he went in and he turned it on, it was absolutely a lie.’
‘Not only did I not set him up, he claims that he is a victim and the set up is completely wrong and abusive.’
Cooley said that he had received death threats in the wake of exposing Pelosi’s visit, claiming that his business was ‘done’.
Following Cute’s interview, fellow outraged citizens publicly insisted that he bemoaned Pelosi’s home for condemning the decision to visit the salon without a mask, which California businesses closed and the mandate to cover Those calling for a federal face.
‘What he has done is not only a slap in the face of the owner of a salon, but every woman, every man, every person who is unemployed in the state of California, who has lost his job and his livelihood, many of whom Are friends, ‘a keeper told KRON.
After protesters gathered outside Pelosi’s home on Thursday, he resented going to the San Francisco saloon, which was closed due to coronovirus
The women decorated a tree outside Pelosi’s house with a hair dryer and an American flag
The video, obtained by NewsNation, shows protesters with a hair dryer and curlers hanging an American flag on a tree outside Pelosi’s home.
President Donald Trump also weighed Pelosi’s saloon visit. Trump said Saturday that Pelosi showed poor judgment and naivety to the saloon owner’s move.
‘Nancy Pelosi said she was “set” by the (very good) owner of the beauty parlor,’ he tweeted.
‘If so, how will he do it in talks against President Xi of China, President Putin of Russia or Kim Jong Un of North Korea.
Lawmakers prepare to return from their August holiday as Pelosi’s salon event.
Negotiations between top Democrats and the Trump administration broke down last month and closed with Bipartisan Unity, which led to nearly $ 3 billion in COVID-19 rescue legislation, changed to law this spring due to toxic partisanship and Washington laxity Given.
In July and August, it is expected that the fifth bipartisan pandemic response bill will eventually be replaced by genuine pessimism despite heightened frustration.
Nothing has happened due to recent COVID-related conversations between the major players.
Democrats appear to be safe in their political positions, due to Trump and several Senate GOP elections falling behind.
Trump is trying to sidestep the epidemic as a campaign issue, and Republicans are not interested in a deal on Democratic terms – even broadly supporting such needs as school aid.
The president said on Monday that Democrats’ do not want a deal because they feel that if the country can do as bad as it does … it is as good for Democrats.
Donald Trump made fun of the House Speaker for his haircut on Saturday
ESalon in San Francisco where the speaker washed and dried her hair
“I’m taking the high road,” he told reporters at the White House. ‘I am not taking them to the high road.’
All of this raises the possibility of a second round of $ 1,200 direct payments distributed in Trump’s name, the resumption of more generous unemployment benefits for those who lost their jobs due to the epidemic, updating a popular business subsidy program , And money schools to help reopen and state and local governments avoid layoffs.
“I personally would like to see another rescue package, but let me tell you that the environment in Washington is still partially due to the proximity of the election,” said GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch in an appearance in Kent last week. McConnell said.
‘We have been in discussion for the last one month or no result has come so far. Therefore I cannot promise a final package. ‘
McConnell was a force for a deal, but did not appear eager to force a vote that highlighted the division in his ranks.
The relationship between Pelosi and his favorite negotiating partner, Treasury Secretary Steven Menuchin, is civil but not causing much in the way of results, apart from a government-wide promise to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the month by keeping it temporary. Spending bill free of controversy.
This measure is likely to keep the government running in December. It is likely to be a set of lower-profile phases, such as an expansion of the federal flood insurance program and a temporary beautification of spending from the Highway Trust Fund.
But if the talks continue to falter, there is little to keep lawmakers in Washington for long, especially with the election spiraling.
The Senate on Tuesday resumed its diet of judicial and administration nominations.
The House does not return to schedule until 14 September with low-profile measures such as the Clean Energy Law and a bill to decriminalize marijuana.
Some Democrats are expected to continue to take advantage of remote voting and may not return to Washington.