Nancy Pelosi reveals how she first heard her husband was attacked

Nancy Pelosi reveals how she first heard her husband was attacked

Editor’s note: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s interview will air on “Anderson Cooper 360” at 8:00 PM ET.


Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi revealed how she received the news that her husband, Paul, he was attackedtelling CNN’s Anderson Cooper that she was “very scared” when the Capitol Police knocked on the door.

Pelosi, in her first sit-down interview since the attack, said she was sleeping in Washington after flying in from San Francisco last night when her doorbell rang early in the morning. “I look up, I see it’s 5 [a.m. ET]they must be in the wrong apartment,” she told Cooper after he asked where she was when she got the news.

Pelosi continued that the doorbell rang again, and then she heard a “bang, bap, bang, bang, knock on the door.”

“And so I ran to the door and I’m very scared,” Pelosi said, describing what happened. “I see the Capitol Police and they say, ‘We need to come in and talk to you.'”

Pelosi described how her thoughts immediately turned to her children and grandchildren.

“And I think of my children, my grandchildren. I never thought it would be Paul, because, you know, I knew he wouldn’t be out, let’s say. And so they entered. At the time, we didn’t even know where he was,” she said.

Violent attack on Paul Pelosi has raised new concerns about threats of political violence driven by party animosity and increasingly hostile political rhetoric – and highlighted the potential vulnerability of MPs and their families in the current political climate.

Paul Pelosi was attacked with a hammer at the couple’s San Francisco home by a male attacker late last month, authorities said. The assailant who attacked him was looking for the Speaker of the House, according to court documents.

David DePape He is charged with six counts of assault, including attempted murder, burglary, assault, false imprisonment and threats against a family member of a public servant. He has pleaded not guilty to all state charges.

After the attack, Paul Pelosi had surgery “to repair a fractured skull and serious injuries to his right arm and hand,” Drew Hammill, a spokesman for Nancy Pelosi, said in an earlier statement. He was released from the hospital last week.

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