President Trump resumed his “chopper talk” for the first time in months on Friday, telling reporters that Nancy Pelosi “broke the law” when she tore in half his State of the Union speech and jeering Joe Biden’s campaign for president, which sputtered in Iowa.
The near seven-minute gaggle was Trump’s first extended remarks this year on his walk to the Marine One helicopter. Once a reliable happening, Trump stopped the unbridled Q&As as the Senate took up his impeachment trial, which ended Wednesday in acquittal.
“I thought it was a terrible thing where she ripped up the speech,” Trump said, continuing his spat with Pelosi after she shredded his speech Tuesday night. “First of all, it’s an official document. You’re not allowed. It’s illegal what she did. She broke the law. I thought it was terrible.”
Trump said Democrats “have gone totally crazy.” His allegation that Pelosi broke the law may be linked to an ethics complaint filed by