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You Have to See the First Thing Trump Told Pelosi After Becoming President

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi revealed what Trump said to her upon their first meeting in the White House after Trump took his oath of office. Speaking at the Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco, Pelosi’s home district, the Democratic leader recalled how Trump broke the ice in a bipartisan meeting in his Executive Office with Hill leadership.

The first thing the president said was, “Do you know I won the popular vote?” Pelosi said to the room, who burst into laughter. “Now, first of all, it was irrelevant to our conversation. […] And It wasn’t true,” Pelosi followed up. “I said, ‘Mr. President, there is no evidence to support that. That isn’t true.” According to the Minority Leader, Trump responded, “We’re not going down that path. 3 to 5 million people voted illegally,” Trump said, “And I’m not even counting California.”

The House Minority Leader says in other instances she would have been more “respectful,” but the comment proved Trump had no respect for “data, evidence, facts.”

The Trump administration has launched an investigation into voter fraud in May. The president alleged publicly that 3 million to 5 million people illegally voted for Clinton but has not produced any evidence.