Two women slam Trump, one a liberal, one a conservative


Two females, from two different parties, both with completely different views on just about every issue there is, found common ground on one thing Tuesday — neither of them is happy with President Trump.

Although it’s no shocker that Rep. Nancy Pelosi has negative comments for President Trump, it may come as a surprise that his friend and ally, conservative author Anne Coulter, is losing her patience with him.

Pelosi tagged the president with a new nickname on CNN tonight. She told Anderson Cooper that Trump is the “Deflector-in-Chief.”  She claimed President Trump has nothing to show for his first 60-days. “No jobs bill, no nothing,” said Pelosi.  “All he’s done is deflect.”  The video clip is below.

Earlier in the day, Anne Coulter expressed her disappointment with President Trump during an interview with radio host, Sean Hannity. Coulter claims the president is walking back from the platform that won him the election.

Coulter slammed the GOP leaders who are pushing the American Healthcare Act, and tore into the president for supporting the bill.  “This is starting to look like every other Republican administration,” she said. “We want more jobs, a wall and lots of deportations.” She urged Trump to get back on track.

The criticism of the president comes on the heels of a new Gallup poll showing the president’s approval rating is at a new low, hovering around 37%.

See Pelosi’s interview below:

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