Nancy Pelosi Asks Her Daughter If She’s ‘A B*tch’ In New Documentary

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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi asked her daughter, Alexandra Pelosi, if she is a “bitch” during a coronavirus teleconference with then-Vice President Mike Pence in 2020, according to a Tuesday report.

Pelosi’s daughter, a documentarian, has been filming a documentary about her mother for years and will release the film, titled “Pelosi in the House,” at 9 p.m. Tuesday night on HBO. During a scene in the documentary, Pelosi was reportedly doing the laundry and making her bed as Pence spoke during a coronavirus teleconference in the middle of a 2020 congressional recess. Her husband, Paul Pelosi, can reportedly be seen cooking food in the kitchen during the teleconference, Politico reported.

Her daughter then asks Pelosi during the teleconference what the point of the call was, to which Pelosi reportedly said: “They’re checking a box.”

At one point, Pelosi reportedly unmutes herself and said “this has been a useful exchange” in a sarcastic tone, and then criticized Pence for the way the Trump administration was handling COVID. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Obtained NRCC Poll Shows Nancy Pelosi Is Most Unpopular Democratic Politician In US)

After saying “Happy Easter,” Pelosi reportedly muted herself and looked at her daughter and asked: “Am I a bitch?”

U.S. Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) speaks during her weekly news conference at the U.S. Capitol Building on December 01, 2022 in Washington, DC. During the news conference, Pelosi spoke on the House of Representatives’ recent passage of legislation to avert a railway strike. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

In January, Pelosi announced she would run for reelection. In November, Pelosi announced she would not seek reelection as Democratic House leader. (RELATED: Top House Democrats Decline To Say If They Would Support Pelosi As Leader After She Announces Reelection)

She has led House Democrats since 2003.