On Thursday night's "Pure Opelka," Mike Opelka talked about House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) slamming the GOP's effort to push through a repeal of Obamacare on the seventh anniversary of the law, calling it a "rookie's error."
"The 'rookie president.' She just called Donald Trump the rookie president. Nancy Pelosi just referred to The President of the United States as the rookie president. Is nobody screaming about this?," an outraged Opelka asked.
Mike questioned why no one is pushing back against her disrespect of the president and asserted that if a Republican member of Congress had said the same of former president Barack Obama, the backlash would have been enormous. He went on to address Pelosi's criticism of President Donald Trump negotiating to get the Republican health care bill passed.
"From what I can hear of the rookie president is that he's transactional, he's a negotiator," Pelosi derided, going on to claim that she and the Democrats do not operate in such a fashion: "We are not transactional. We only can convince people about the merits of the bill."
"Is this really breaking news to you Nancy?" Mike wondered. "The guy wrote the book, the 'Art of the "freaking" Deal.' That's what people do... That's what transactional stuff is about. You make deals with people."