Nancy Pelosi Was Not a Happy Camper During Netanyahu’s Speech

Nancy Pelosi / AP

Nancy Pelosi / AP

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It became apparent soon after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu began his speech to a joint session of Congress Tuesday that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) was not pleased by the proceedings.

Political reporters and other observers began tweeting about her angry gestures and frustration with Netanyahu as he laid out why the Obama administration’s potential nuclear deal with Iran would be a disaster for Israel and the Middle East.

In a statement, Pelosi dramatically said she was “near tears” about the speech for insulting U.S. intelligence.

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