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State's GOP chair makes it clear Pelosi isn't welcome in Iowa


By Rich Peters | Nov 20, 2019

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi | pelosi.house.gov

Iowa Republican Party Chairman Jeff Kaufmann didn't mince words in his response to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's recent comments about impeaching President Donald Trump during a visit to Des Moines.

Kaufmann’s responding statement sent Democrats a fierce message that singled out leaders of the party.

“The election might be a year away, but nervous Nancy is already trying to prop up her struggling puppet, Cindy Axne,” Kaufmann said in his statement. “A recent poll showed Iowans do not support impeachment, and now Axne’s fundraising numbers are slipping. As Pelosi, (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez), coastal liberals, and Axne continue focusing on the impeachment charade, Iowans are impatiently waiting for them to address pressing issues like the USMCA. Until she is able to accept the 2016 election results, Speaker Pelosi should kindly abide by California’s travel ban and stay home.”

Iowa Republican Party Chairman Jeff Kaufmann

Axne, a Democrat, represents Iowa's 3rd District in Congress. 

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