Nancy Pelosi Bungles New Slogan Of Democratic Party

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi bungled the Democrats’ new slogan during a Thursday press conference in the House.


Democrats recently rebranded with the help of a used car dealership, choosing the slogan “For The People” for their 2018 election efforts. The party’s previous slogan, “Better Deal: Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Wages” seemed to borrow from Papa John’s pizza. (RELATED:  The Democratic Party’s New Motto Same As A Used Car Dealership, Personal Injury Law Firm)

Pelosi tried to combine the two slogans and ended up ruining both during her press conference on Thursday.

“Democrats are here to offer a better deal, for the people, with better jobs, better wages, and a better future,” she said.

Pelosi has had her fair share of awkward and confusing public moments.

Earlier this month, the Democrat from California messed up a chant that she started herself. (RELATED: CONFUSION: Nancy Pelosi Messes Up A Chant That She Starts)

During a July interview, Pelosi tried to criticize Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell but forgot the Republican leader’s name, referring to him as “whatshisname.” (RELATED: Pelosi Forgets McConnell’s Name In Interview)

In late June, Pelosi slurred her words and appeared to be very confused in a bizarre public appearance. The Democratic leader mispronounced “soybean” and then asked a reporter to “repoot” a question. (RELATED: WATCH: Nancy Pelosi Slurs Words In Strange Public Appearance)

Pelosi has also repeatedly referred to President Donald Trump as President Bush.

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