House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” said President Donald Trump has something wrong that required a family intervention.
Mitchell said, “Let me ask you again about the Bob Woodward book because there are larger issues about the president’s leadership, and these are relevant today, as always, because they are his role as commander-in-chief. Bob Woodward quotes former Defense Secretary James Mattis as saying to Dan Coats, the former head of national intelligence, and then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, that he had prayed at the National Cathedral because of what he felt was the president’s incapacity to lead as commander-in-chief. He said there may be a time when we have to take collective action, and all resign. So there were early concerns back in 2017, even with the first secretary of state, about the president’s capacity by Jim Mattis and by Dan Coats, as quoted in this book.”