Pelosi Banned Congresswoman’s Military Officer Son From Attending Her
|Rep. Claudia Tenney|
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi would not allow Republican New York Rep.
Claudia Tenney to have her son present in the gallery for her swearing-in
Thursday, Tenney told the Daily Caller.
Former White House
Press Secretary Sean Spicer sent out a tweet Thursday morning with the news
that Pelosi denied Tenney’s request to let her son, a graduate of the U.S.
Naval Academy, watch her get sworn in from above the floor in the gallery.
The Daily Caller contacted Tenney about the news, to which she confirmed it
|After swearing in|
“I guess he’s considered a risk,” Tenney told the
Caller. Tenney said that Pelosi told her the news about her son not being
allowed to watch from the gallery in a “text from staff and in person,”
adding that there were “several exchanges.”
a phone call from former President Donald Trump before he deployed to Iraq
On January 3rd, every member of the 117th Congress was permitted to have a
family member witness the swearing in in the House gallery. Today @speakerpelosi’s staff denied the request for @claudiatenney’s son, a graduate of the US Naval Academy, to be in the gallery.
Unbelievably petty. Wait, it is believable.
Bet there were some illegals, somali refusegees, sexual predators, or other trash watching the democ-rats getting sworn in.ReplyDelete