Speaker Pelosi, responding to the President’s threat to veto any military funding bill that includes a deadline for withdrawal, told him to “calm down” and “take a deep breath”.
The speaker’s conciliatory remarks went on to say:
“On this very important matter, I would extend a hand of friendship to the president, [With the traditional Pelosi finger of conciliation fully extended] just to say to him, ‘Calm down with the threats,” [Please. No way I can get enough moonbat vote to override your veto] she said. “There’s a new Congress in town [And we’re in no hurry to do anything, see our first 100 days]. We accept your constitutional role. [Unless you are exercising your constitutional right to hire & fire political appointees in the Executive branch] We want you to accept ours.” [Ours meaning yours and ours]
Way to defuse the situation Madame Speaker. Nice skeells.