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Pelosi Fist Bumps With Bill Maher For Waiting on Delivering Impeachment, Trump Jr. Calls Out 'Somber Moment'


You can really feel how “sad and somber” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is sometimes, can’t you? In the last week, Pelosi has fought through adversity and the pain of delivering impeachment articles against President Donald Trump — you know, having commemorative pens made to mark the occasion and all.

Now, it seems that Pelosi took a premature victory lap this past weekend on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher.”

Maher, much like most of the media, thanked Pelosi for waiting on delivering the articles of impeachment to the Senate until after the holidays — when a lot of “journalists” and other media personalities take a break.

“Thank you so much for waiting til we got back on the air before you started the impeachment,” Maher told Pelosi to an overwhelmingly positive response from the audience.

After Pelosi took a bow following a standing ovation from the audience, that’s when Pelosi agreed to spike the football by engaging in a fist bump with Maher.

Take a look (the full interview is included):


Donald Trump Jr. saw Pelosi’s “performance” on HBO and didn’t hold back. He intimated that while Pelosi was trying to contain her sadness, his father was getting actual important work done.

Check out Trump Jr.’s tweet below:


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