Nancy Pelosi Spends Government Shutdown At Luxury Resort In Hawaii

President Trump stayed in Washington, DC for the holidays. Then he got savaged by the media for not visiting the troops. Then he was criticized for going to Iraq and visiting the troops. He can’t do anything right, as far as the media is concerned.

Nancy Pelosi, on the other hand, is living the high life.

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

Nancy Pelosi Is Spending Shutdown at Hawaii Resort

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Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi is spending the government shutdown at a luxury resort in Hawaii, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

Pelosi, who has put blame squarely on President Donald Trump for the current government shutdown, was spotted Thursday vacationing in Hawaii at the Fairmont Orchid resort, where room accommodations range from $899-a-night for a standard room to $4,899-a-night for the presidential suite.

The resort, on Hawaii’s Big Island, features a golf course, six restaurants, and a 10,000-square-foot oceanfront pool. It also features a “Spa Without Walls,” where the 110-minute Ali’i Royal Experience is available for $369 and a 50-minute couples massage runs $549, according to the spa menu. While at the spa, guests can snack on a gluten-free grilled prawn summer roll for $19.

Trump canceled his Christmas trip to Florida and remained in the White House, saying on Christmas Eve that he was “waiting for the Democrats to come back and make a deal.” The president left the White House on Christmas to travel to Iraq and meet with American troops stationed overseas.

It must be great to be a Democrat. You can do pretty much anything and the media will look the other way.

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