Nancy Pelosi says she wasn't "personally afraid" of the pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol on January 6. But that doesn't mean she plans on forgiving the rioters anytime soon.
In a new interview with USA Today that coincides with the Speaker of the House's 100th day in session, Pelosi discussed the chaos of the Capitol insurrection, as well as the long-lasting impacts on those present.
Pelosi was evacuated from the Capitol campus to a secure off-site location on January 6 as a mob of Trump supporters breached the Capitol following a "Stop the Seal" rally. During former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, House impeachment manager Stacey Plaskett said Pelosi was evacuated quickly because some of the rioters had publicly stated their desire to hurt or kill her.