Nancy Pelosi’s Personal, Professional Life to Be Depicted in Documentary, ‘Pelosi in the House’

Democrat Nancy Pelosi’s life to get highlighted in the new HBO documentary titled Pelosi in the House. The documentary was created by the politician’s daughter Alexandra Pelosi. The film will significantly cover Pelosi’s involvement in the dramatic attack on Congress on January 6, 2021. The documentary is expected to be a controversial one because the political disturbances of the USA are supposed to be revealed.

Who is Nancy Pelosi?

Nancy Pelosi is a renowned US politician who served as the first woman speaker in the House of Representatives of the USA from 2007 to 2011. She rejoined the position in 2019. In 1987, Pelosi served in the United States House of Representatives for California’s 12th congressional district.

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Nancy married Paul Pelosi in 1963. The couple has five kids, including Alexandra Pelosi, who is a journalist and a filmmaker. She will make a film about her mother’s remarkable political journey.

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The film will be in a format of a documentary and will be available on the HBO network. It is speculated that the film will cover real events of both the personal and professional life of Nancy Pelosi.

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What did Nancy Pelosi say during the 6th January 2021 Capitol attack?

On 6th January 2021, former US president Donald Trump’s supporters attacked the country’s Capitol building in Washington D.C. out of rage for Trump’s defeat in the presidential post. It was later revealed that Trump provoked his supporters to initiate such an act in the Capitol and attack officials.

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According to the reports, Nancy Pelosi considered Trump’s action an ‘insurrection’ that led to the attack on the Capitol building. Later on, she was seen saying over a call that if Trump came to the building, she would punch his face in a viral video.

Pelosi further stated that for illegally invading the Capitol area, she would punch trump’s face and go to jail without regrets. The incident is to be illustrated in the HBO documentary Pelosi in the House.