What do you think of replacing President Trump and Vice President Pence with former Presidents Bush and Obama? What’s that? Unconstitutional, you say? Well, you’d be right. Both men served two terms in the Oval Office.
However, that didn’t stop a dude who served as acting solicitor general during the Obama years from making the suggestion.
Here’s his tweet…
He then explained why he deleted it…
I heard the feedback to my tweet, and I decided to delete it. Thanks for checking me. I really appreciate it. Stay safe everyone.
— Neal Katyal (@neal_katyal) March 17, 2020
Now, check out CNN analyst Max Boot’s take…
Easier: Trump and Pence resign. Pelosi becomes president. Market rebounds. https://t.co/mikwtOYlow
— Max Boot 🇺🇦 (@MaxBoot) March 17, 2020
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA), the man who could be the next Speaker if Republicans win back the lower chamber in November, blasted Pelosi (D-CA) during a Thursday appearance on Fox News.
McCarthy didn’t mince words.
He made it clear that Pelosi held up Coronavirus funding so Democrats could use it against President Trump in ads for Super Tuesday.
What a scam—Speaker Pelosi held up the vote on coronavirus funding so that her campaign team could run ads against Republicans for Super Tuesday.
Instead of putting America first, she is putting politics first. pic.twitter.com/ws0nn0hUXP
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) March 3, 2020
From The Hill:
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday admonished President Trump for his recent statements on the coronavirus, accusing the president of misleading the public about both the severity of the epidemic and the effectiveness of the administration’s response.
Speaking to reporters in the Capitol, Pelosi knocked Trump, accusing him of downplaying the threat of virus, which has been detected in at least 17 states, while pushing blame on his predecessor for the administration’s sluggish rollout of diagnostic tests.