WASHINGTON, D.C. - Democrats House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer all stormed out of the meeting on Syria with President Donald Trump, each side accusing the other of being "unhinged." Apparently, the meeting broke down when Trump suggested they all order lunch and get "sandwiches." When asked what type of sandwich he wanted, Trump suggested "hot dogs."
The room was dead silent for a few seconds before Pelosi yelled, "What did you just say?"
"I said the type of sandwich I like is a hotdog," Trump clarified.
"Are you insane?" Pelosi demanded, barely keeping herself in control. "Are you really calling a hotdog a sandwich?"
"It's meat between two slices of bread," Trump said nonchalantly. "It's a sandwich."
Pelosi was now on her feet and shouting. "That's not what it is!" Pelosi then turned to the other Republicans in the room. "How long are you going to put up with this madness? How long?" None of the other people would meet her eyes, though.
"They, like me, also enjoy sandwiches!" Trump yelled. "Especially with ketchup!"
At this point Pelosi stormed out of the room along with Schumer and Hoyer. At a later press conference, Pelosi said, "All we can do now is pray for the president's health -- his mental health. He has a sick, sick mind."