Speaker Pelosi Accuses President Trump of Being Sedated at State of the Union Address

Thursday, February 6, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Kristinn Taylor
February 6, 2020

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) accused President Donald Trump of being drugged when he gave the State of the Union address Tuesday night. Pelosi made the accusation at a press conference Thursday morning.

Pelosi said when she went to shake Trump’s hand at the start of the event and he refused, that she had done so as an “act of kindness” because he appeared to be “sedated”. As she said the word sedated, Pelosi acted out her perception that Trump was unsteady and zoned out, leaning sideways, shaking and gesturing to her eyes.

Speaker Pelosi acting out President Trump as she accused him of being “sedated” at the State of the Union address, screen image.


“…so again, I extended the hand of friendship to him, to welcome him as the President of the United States to the People’s House. It was also an act of kindness cuz I, he looked to me like he was a little sedated. He looked that way last year, too. But he didn’t want to shake hands. That was that. That meant nothing to me. It had nothing to do with my tearing up, that came much later…”

Pelosi is second in line of succession for the presidency behind Vice President Mike Pence.

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