House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused President Donald Trump of being “deranged, unhinged, dangerous” and said that he deserves prosecution during an interview with “60 Minutes.”
CBS News’ Lesley Stahl asked the Democrat spearhead , “Is anybody running the executive branch of the government? Who is running the executive branch?"
— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 8, 2021
"Well, sadly, the person who’s running the executive branch is a deranged, unhinged, dangerous president of the United States," Pelosi replied. "And we’re only a number of days until we can be protected from him. But he has done something so serious that there should be prosecution against him."
When Stahl inquired about the 25th Amendment and if it was off the table, Pelosi responded, "No, it isn’t. Nothing is off the table.”
In another CBS preview clip, Pelosi describes her experience inside the Capitol as protesters were gathering outside and then entering the building.
"I was pulled from the podium, just literally pulled from the podium," Pelosi says, presumably referring to Capitol security personnel.
The volatile situation saw lawmakers – Pelosi among them – seeking cover inside the building as protesters ran roughshod through hallways and even into lawmakers’ offices.
"They were vocally saying, ‘Where’s the speaker? We know she has staff. They’re here someplace. We’re going to find them," Pelosi tells Stahl, though it was unclear whether the speaker was referring to security personnel or to members of the crowd.
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