Photo of Nancy Pelosi’s luggage unceremoniously shipped back to her office after canceled trip wins the internet

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President Trump canceled Nancy Pelosi’s overseas trip an hour before she was to leave. This photo of her luggage says it all. (Twitter)

President Donald Trump has elevated trolling his enemies to a high art. In his latest epic salvo, Trump canceled Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi’s overseas trip an hour before take-off.

Videos and photos of Pelosi’s luggage cart being returned to her office fueled Twitter hilarity.

A cart marked “Codel Pelosi” (Congressional Delegate Pelosi) shows bags of luggage sitting in the empty hallways of Congress. Nancy had packed her luggage for a 7-day trip to Belgium and Afghanistan.

Trump to Nancy: Feel Free to Fly Commercial!

An hour before take-off time, President Trump sent a letter to the Speaker of the House, saying he canceled her trip due to the partial government shutdown.

“Your trip to Brussels, Egypt, and Afghanistan has been postponed…if you would like to make your journey by flying commercial, that would certainly be your prerogative,” Trump wrote.

The president suggested that instead of taking a taxpayer-funded trip overseas (a week after returning from her lavish Hawaiian vacation), Pelosi might want to do her job — which is to negotiate with him to end the shutdown and resolve the crisis at the US-Mexico border.

With his latest smack-down, President Trump also managed to jab clownish Congressman Adam Schiff.

The dejected California Democrat was seen climbing off the bus that was supposed to take him and other Democrats to their plane.

Schiff disembarked shortly after the bus circled around the block a few times, awaiting clearance from President Trump.

Predictably, the left-wing media slammed President Trump as immature for retaliating against Nancy Pelosi.

Keep in mind that this all started after Nancy Pelosi fired off a petty letter on Wednesday (Jan. 16), urging the president to cancel the State of the Union address. Pelosi cited dubious “security” concerns that later turned out to be nonexistent.

“This is CNN.”

The partial government shutdown continues into its fourth week amid an impasse between Congress and President Trump.

As BizPac Review reported, the Democrat-led House of Representatives refuse to give President Trump the $5.7 billion he asked to build a border wall. Democrats claim the wall is “immoral” and too expensive.

Illegal Immigration Costs $113 Billion a Year

Meanwhile, illegal immigration costs US taxpayers $113 billion every year, and results in the murders of more than 5,000 Americans each year. Apparently, liberals don’t think that’s immoral or expensive.

While some Democrats have expressed a willingness to negotiate over wall funding, party leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer refuse. Hence, the shutdown continues.

This week, Nancy Pelosi refused to meet with Angel Moms, who stood outside her office asking to talk to her.

Agnes Gibboney — whose son was murdered by an illegal immigrant in 2002 — says Democrats should be ashamed of themselves for prioritizing the needs of illegals over American citizens and lawful residents.

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Gibboney says President Trump must stand firm on his promise to build a border wall. “We need this wall to protect our citizens,” she said.

Gibboney says she’s proud that he’s hanging tough despite the criticism he has received.

“I am so proud of him. And Americans are so proud of him,” Gibboney says. “I’m glad that he hasn’t caved in to the Democrats. Shame on them.”

Pelosi ‘Deported’ Group of ‘Refugees’ off Her Lawn

Two days before the Angel Moms protested outside her congressional office, Nancy Pelosi’s staff had a group of “refugees” (including some of her beloved illegal aliens) “deported” from her property.

The activists had jumped the fence at Pelosi’s posh California estate and sought refuge on her lawn. Hypocritically, Open-Borders Nancy refused to help them — if it meant inconveniencing herself.

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a law school graduate and a financial editor.
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