When asked if the White House was preparing for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to take over, at least temporarily, as president if President Trump and Vice President Pence both became ill with the coronavirus, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany skirted around the question asserting that White House staff are working tirelessly to keep the POTUS and VPOTUS healthy.
The State of the Union address got tense Tuesday night with President Trump turning before shaking Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's hand and Pelosi tearing the President's speech as it came to an end. Amid the political tension, here are three biblical responses to the divisions in our nation.
As Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was concluding a press conference, a reporter yelled to California lawmaker, "Do you hare the president, Madame Speaker?" Pelosi, visibly upset, rebutted citing her Catholic upbringing. She said, "as a Catholic, I resent your using the word ‘hate’ in a sentence that addresses me,” she said. “I don't hate anyone."