‘It’s Going To Be A Long Haul’: Pelosi’s First On-Camera Statement About Her Husband’s Attack!
‘It’s Going To Be A Long Haul’: Pelosi’s First On-Camera Statement About Her Husband’s Attack: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi broke her silence regarding her husband Paul’s attack and recovery from surgery on camera for the first time on Friday, stating, “it’s going to be a long haul, but he will be well.”
Paul has returned to the house. Because of that, I can spend more time with my family at home. The House speaker stated in a video shared on Twitter and YouTube, “Thank you, thank you, thank you for your warm comments and good wishes for Paul.”
Pelosi’s First On-Camera Statement About Her Husband’s Attack!
It will be a hard road to recovery, but he will make it. Even though the circumstances are unfortunate, we must have hope. What a blessing that he is surrounded by loved ones.
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- Congressman Paul Pelosi Leaves San Francisco Hospital Following Assault!
Earlier this week, Paul Pelosi, 82, was discharged from a San Francisco hospital following surgery to fix a skull fracture and damage to his hand and arm. Six days after the violent attack on their San Francisco home on October 28, he finally left the hospital. He or she was in the nation’s capital at the time of the attack.
David DePape, 42, has been suspected of hitting Pelosi and has been charged with attempted murder, burglary, assault, false imprisonment, and threatening the family member of a public official, among other crimes. For all state charges, he has entered a not-guilty plea.
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He declined to appear in court on Friday in San Francisco. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for December 14, and a status hearing was scheduled for November 28.
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