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Pelosi Tells CNN That People Ask Her 'All the Time' Why She Hasn't Run For President

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Leftists are really funny. They don’t mean to be, but you can’t help but laugh at what comes out of their word-holes.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi was speaking at CNN’s CITIZEN forum on Monday, where she told Dana Bash that there’s actually people dumb enough to ask her why she hasn’t ever run for president.

Bash channeled her inner “fan-girl” and asked Pelosi if she ever considered running for president.

“People ask me all the time, ‘Why haven’t you run for president?’” Pelosi said. "I love the legislative process. I really do. No. I’m not going to run for president.”

In true Pelosi fashion, she added to her response by suggesting someone else run for president who’s even nuttier than she makes herself look.

“I’m trying to promote [California Gov.] Jerry Brown to do it, but he’s not taking the bait,” Pelosi said. “He would run just to put the ideas out there, and that’s why people run, too.”

"The ideas?" Which ideas? I would ask Pelosi to expand, but she'd need Brown to become president so you could see what the ideas are.

You can check out Pelosi’s comments, along with the full segment, below:

 

Jerry Brown? Really? Great suggestion, Nancy! Maybe next you could call for Leonardo DiCaprio to be the head of the EPA? Just a thought.

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