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"There's more of a responsibility for a president to communicate his point of view, which we should respect — he's the president of the United States. Whether you agree with him or not, he has a point of view," Pelosi told Recode's Kara Swisher in a recent podcast interview. "But to use the office of the president as an attack vehicle ... for his market, it seems to have worked."
Pelosi, D-Calif., also took aim at the media for its continuous coverage of his tweets, like last month, when the president tweeted over 50 times in a weekend.
"I think the press is an enabler of him," she said. "And I think on the other hand, they are the best defense of him. The freedom of the press is the guardian of the gate of our democracy."
Pelosi said that effort would have been better spent covering other issues like prescription drug prices or U.S. infrastructure.
"Even if they don't like what you're saying, if they're talking about him, they're not talking about us," she said.