Don Trump Jr Ends Pelosi’s Reign Of Liberal Privilege: “Unlike Nancy Pelosi, I have to abide by the rules”

Don Trump Jr. knocked Nancy Pelosi off her considerable high horse in a blistering interview with Fox News Radio today.

“Unlike Nancy Pelosi, I have to abide by the rules,” Trump Jr. said. “That’s why I wrote the book ‘Liberal Privilege,’ because when you’re a liberal, you can do whatever you want.

“You can hold people. You can force them to shut down your business. With the liberals in charge, you’re actually, in places like California and others, you’ll get fined, ticketed, arrested for opening up your business so you can run your business and feed your family, but you won’t get fined or arrested for looting someone else’s business. What’s going on in the Democrat Party is a disgrace,” he added.

On Hunter Don said, “Hunter’s made a lot of money being Joe Biden’s son. You know, getting $1.5 billion from the Chinese government.”

“Jim Biden, Joe Biden’s brother, made a lot of money getting government contracts to build housing in Afghanistan or Iraq, these kind of places, even though he’s never built a home in his life.”

“If they were a decent family, Hunter’s got his own issues beyond that, but if they were decent, if their entire family wasn’t basically built around leeching off of his taxpayer-funded office for the last few decades, they would have the decency to be like, enough is enough,” Don said.

“But the left wants Joe Biden to win, not because Joe Biden would be in charge, but because they can use him as camouflage,” Trump Jr. added.

“And he’s like camouflage for the radical left. They’re going to tell you it’s moderate Joe. Look at his policies on the website. They’re not moderate. They’re not even close, it’s Bernie Sanders’ platform.”

Nancy Pelosi today blamed the salon owner and said she was setup – she also demanded an apology.

“I take responsibility for trusting the word of a neighborhood salon I’ve been to over the years many times, and when they said we’re able to accommodate people, one person at a time, and that we can set up that time, I trusted that. As it turns out, it was a setup,” she said.

“So I take responsibility for falling for a setup.”

“I think that they — this salon owes me an apology for setting me up,” Pelosi said.

“There’s more to this that I’m not going to ask to the motivation for a salon to say to me, ‘Yes, come in’ and then they go for me. It was clearly a setup.”