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Trump | As the midterm elections approach, Trump characterizes Pelosi.

In his final address before the country’s midterm elections, former US President Donald Trump used an obscenity to refer to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Social media was flooded with commentary in response to this.

The facts were reported by American and foreign news outlets, as CNN, an American news network, reported that Trump remarked, “He whacked him on the head with a baseball bat and savagely stabbed him 32.” in the context of commenting on an event involving a mobster in America.

He declared, “It was an animal.”

Despite the fact that Pelosi’s husband was struck in the head with a hammer by an assailant spurred on by Trump’s comments, former US president added.

Approval and caution

The former president’s fans defended what he said and repeated it using the same offensive language after the video clip went viral on social media, while others cautioned against this remark because it came just before the crucial midterm elections.

“Trump continues to target Nancy Pelosi and dehumanize her, describing her as a (animal) in a rally on the eve of the elections,” wrote American journalist and author Mark Follman in a tweet. Despite the fact that Pelosi’s husband was struck in the head with a hammer by an assailant spurred on by Trump’s comments,

Nancy Pelosi’s

The US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office issued a statement on October 28 claiming that her husband, Paul Pelosi, had been “violently beaten” when intruders broke into their California home early.

The guy who attacked Nancy Pelosi’s husband at her house, according to a representative of the US House of Representatives, was really searching for the Democratic leader.

In addition to condemning the brutal attack, US President Joe Biden expressed his shock over the occurrence and called the assault on Nancy Pelosi’s husband reprehensible.

According to the American newspaper “The Wall Street Journal,” there is a lack of democratic tolerance these days, but everyone in public life should practice it. The risk of violence will rise as the elections approach, feelings will be heightened, and more people will believe “mistakenly” that just one election will decide the fate of the nation.

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