Nadler Gets Torn On Social Media After His ‘Creepy’ Remarks To Hope Hicks During Hearing

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler interviewed former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks but during their conversation didn’t refrain from calling her by an “appalling” name.

Hicks was the first person from President Trump’s close circle to appear before the committee on Wednesday to testify about special counsel Mueller’s Russia investigation into whether there was obstruction of justice during Trump’s 2016 campaign.

During the closed-door congressional hearing, Chairman Jerry Nadler didn’t refrain from calling Hicks “Ms. Lewandowski,” referring her by the name three times — the repeated slips are likely to come from a rumor of an affair between Hicks and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski during the 2016 campaign.

“Yeah. Ms. Lewandowski, I think, in reading this — ” Jerry Nadler said during the time, resulting in Hicks cutting him off, “My name is Ms. Hicks.”

“I’m sorry, Ms. Hicks,” Chairman Jerry Nadler responded. “I’m preoccupied.”

California Republican Devin Nunes stated that sources inside the deposition called the line of questioning from Democrats creepy.

“My sources that were inside and did the interviewing said it was quite embarrassing to watch the Democratic congressmen essentially ask Hope Hicks about her love life,” Nunes said. “I think that’s very bizarre to have a bunch of old, pervy congressmen asking somebody who has no new information about her love life. I think the American people would be ashamed if they knew what actually happened in that room.”

While the mainstream media was questioning whether the comments had been intentional, Jerry Nadler’s slip-ups resulted in social media outrage where users were tearing into him for the error.

Nadler’s comments managed to catch Hicks of guard, but only served as more political theater by the Democrats. Maybe now everyone is on the same page that members of congress should be acting more seriously.

New Leak Reveals More Details About President Trump’s Get Well Call To Hospitalized Jerry Nadler

A new leak coming from the Democrats shows President Donald Trump in an entirely different and positive light.

A few weeks ago Jerry Nadler fell ill. It was caught on video and it was a troubeling moment. Now we are learning that Jerry Nadler had to spend the night in the hospital.

We also learned that the President called Nadler to offer words of encouragement, telling his long-time political foe that he was tough and would get through the health scare. The President also offered to help in any way he could.

Yahoo reported that President Trump put aside his sharp political differences with one of his primary congressional tormentors and made a get-well call to Rep. Jerry Nadler, who was briefly hospitalized in Manhattan in May.

On May 24, Jerry Nadler was at an event promoting speed cameras at a school in Manhattan when he appeared to grow faint. Sitting next to him, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio offered him water, but the 71-year-old congressman remained apparently dazed. Medical professionals were summoned, and an ambulance transported him to Lenox Hill Hospital, where he spent the night.

His staff later stated that Nadler had suffered from dehydration, probably caused by the temperature in the crowded gymnasium. They also stated that there were no serious medical conditions from which Jerry Nadler had been suffering. “Hospital was just a precaution,” one of his staffer told Yahoo News.

But while at Lenox Hill, Jerry Nadler received an unexpected call, from President Trump. The call has not previously been reported.

Trump and Nadler are both 70-something New Yorkers, but that has hardly brought them together in Washington. In fact, the two have been political enemies since the ’80s, when Trump sought to initiate a major real estate project on the West Side of Manhattan, which Jerry Nadler represents. Nadler and much of the community opposed the development. They ultimately prevailed.

Recently, as chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jerry Nadler has led key investigations into President Trump’s administration. If House Democrats move to impeach President Trump — which Speaker Pelosi has resisted so far — Jerry Nadler would be crucial to that effort.

Those considerations, however, were put aside at least momentarily, in favor of more human considerations, according to several people familiar with the contents of the call. A member of Jerry Nadler’s staff who would only speak on the condition of anonymity said President Trump called Nadler from Air Force One as he was on his way to Japan.

The two of them had last spoken in 2017, about the Gateway project, a series of long-planned upgrades to train tunnels linking Manhattan to New Jersey and serving the entire Northeast Corridor.

The President now told Rep. Nadler that he had seen him on TV, and that he thought Nadler was “tough.” The President repeated that assessment several times, adding that he wished the congressman well and wanted to know if he could do anything more. The two men did not discuss politics or impeachment, according to a person familiar with the call.

The White House declined to comment on the record, but the seeming warmth of the conversation — however brief — contrasts sharply with what President Trump has said previously of Nadler. In a meeting with Republicans this spring, President Trump reportedly called Rep. Nadler, who underwent weight-loss surgery years ago, “Fat Jerry.”

Jerry Nadler Almost Passes Out During a Press Conference With De Blasio

This Friday morning, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler appeared to almost pass out while attending a press conference with New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Jerry Nadler looked weak and slumped over in his chair during a press conference discussing the importance of expanding speeding cameras in school zones. As the panel answered questions, Jerry Nadler appeared to nearly faint.

Presidential hopeful Bill De Blasio stopped the presser to offer Chairman Jerry Nadler water and repeatedly asked him if he was alright, Nadler replied that he was not, and the group began asking for a doctor.

Nadler’s spokesman, Daniel Schwarz, said the there is nothing to worry about, the New York congressman is OK.

“Seems to have been dehydrated and it was very warm in the room,” Schwarz stated. “He is now responsive and receiving a check-up.”

“Appreciate everyone’s concern. Was very warm in the room this morning, was obviously dehydrated and felt a bit ill,” Jerry Nadler tweeted from his congressional account. “Glad to receive fluids and am feeling much better. Thank you for your thoughts.”

We hope that House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler didn’t experience any serious health problem, and that he will be at his feet in no time.

‘Jerry Nadler Will Get President Trump Re-Elected In 2020’: Graham Blasts The Democrats ‘Going Nuts’ Over Mueller’s Investigation

Sen. Lindsey Graham is pointing fingers at who will help get President Trump re-elected in 2020 due to their annoying press on the Russia investigation even after its conclusion.

Recently, Donald Trump Jr. agreed to appear before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee in mid-June following being reportedly subpoenaed by the committee over the Russia investigation.

On May 9, Sen. Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, stated that he’d be “reluctant” to bring Trump Jr. “back into this circus” before the Senate Intelligence Committee “if I were his lawyer.”

The Republican lawmaker doubled down on his reluctance but told Fox News late Wednesday that Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr is “going to issue a good report, I think, telling us how to deal with Russia in the future and what happened on the intel side.”

“My problem is not with Richard Burr, my problem is the system,” Sen. Graham later added.

Sen. Graham said he’s worried about “when’s enough, enough” in regard to the investigation.

“What you see happening is congressional committees are now beginning to take the place of prosecutors, and that’s dangerous for us all,” Graham said. “[…] These people are going nuts.”

“So [House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold] Nadler is going to get Trump re-elected more than any single person on the planet,” he suggested. “But [House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam] Schiff is a close second.”

Special counsel Mueller‘s final report didn’t find collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russia but did not fully exonerate the president on obstruction of justice.

Attorney General Barr reportedly appointed Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham to investigate the origins of Mueller’s investigation as well as if FBI surveillance into Trump’s 2016 campaign was legal.

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