CNBC host Jim Cramer went where no one in the media dares, calling out Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi during an interview Tuesday by using a rhetorical device against her that she uses to trash President Trump while claiming to have respect for the office of the presidency.

During the interview, Cramer asked  Pelosi about what deal could be made with Republicans on a stimulus package, after Senate Democrats blocked the GOP’s package Thursday. During the question, Cramer called the speaker “Crazy Nancy”, a name given to her by President Donald Trump.

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Cramer immediately corrects himself, saying he was sorry and that he was quoting Trump. He also went on to say he would never use such a term. To which Pelosi responded by telling Cramer that he just used the president’s term, while smiling.

“What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I’m sorry, that was the president, I have such reverence for the office I would never use that term,” Cramer said.

“But you just did. But you just did,” Pelosi responded.

Cramer attempted to cover his mistake tweeting, “Did anyone bother to listen to the whole interview? It was about how horrendous it is that the president calls Speaker Pelosi Crazy Nancy. It is so unfortunate and ill-advised. The people criticizing me must not have realized the point! NEVER should she be called that.”

The House is currently working on a coronavirus stimulus package they hope to have passed before the elections in November. However, Republicans would need to support the legislation.

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