Nancy Pelosi Enjoys Luxury Vacation in Hawaii Amid Government Shutdown

Nancy Pelosi Enjoys Luxury Vacation in Hawaii Amid Government Shutdown

House Democratic leader is vacationing at exclusive resort as no resolution in sight

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi is enjoying a luxury vacation at an exclusive resort in Hawaii over the holidays as a partial government shutdown grinds on with no resolution in sight.

House Speaker-designate Pelosi is vacationing in Kona, Hawaii, and was seen there Thursday as well as Friday morning, Fox News confirms.

Pelosi’s office has refused requests for comment from the press about her whereabouts.

The news comes after President trump canceled his plans to spend Christmas in Florida with his family, to instead remain in the White House to steer his country through the shutdown.

Earlier Friday, The Washington Free-Beacon first reported that Pelosi was spotted at the Fairmont Orchid resort.

According to that resort’s website, guests “are treated to luxury resort amenities featuring our Spa Without Walls, a 10,000 sq.ft. oceanfront swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center.”

According to Fox News, Pelosi is poised to become speaker of the House again after Democrats officially retake the majority of the House next week.

Because of the partial government shutdown – which went into effect a week ago – President Trump canceled plans to spend Christmas in Florida and stayed at the White House.

White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said on “Fox & Friends” that Trump is also nixing his plans for New Year’s because of the shutdown.

“He canceled his plans for Christmas, now he’s canceled his plans for New Year’s,” Mulvaney said.

“The president is very heavily engaged in this.”

Though Pelosi is in Hawaii, her office has continued to release press statements over the shutdown.

“Democrats have offered Republicans three options to re-open government that all include funding for strong, sensible, and effective border security – but not the President’s immoral, ineffective and expensive wall,” Drew Hammill, Pelosi’s deputy chief of staff, said Friday.

“With the House Majority, Democrats will act swiftly to end the Trump Shutdown, and will fight for a strategic, robust national security policy, including strong and smart border security, and strong support for our servicemembers and veterans.”

Meanwhile, Trump warned Friday that if Democrats do not agree to his demands to fund a wall on the southern border, he will “close the Southern border entirely” and cut aid to Central American countries — while pulling back on trade with Mexico.

“We will be forced to close the Southern Border entirely if the Obstructionist Democrats do not give us the money to finish the Wall & also change the ridiculous immigration laws that our Country is saddled with,” he tweeted Friday morning.

“Hard to believe there was a Congress & President who would approve!”


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