Nancy Pelosi Pleads for Messages of Love from President Trump Amid Bomb Scares

Nancy Pelosi is showing no fear as many of her colleagues in the Democratic party are receiving possible explosive devices, but she says President Trump needs to think long and hard about his words during these trying times.

The congresswoman was leaving trendy restaurant Craig’s in West Hollywood with Stephen Cloobeck, who is a big Democratic donor and also the former CEO of Diamond Resorts.

Cloobeck, who has been featured on “Undercover Boss,” says it’s a scary time to be a donor, referring to philanthropist George Soros, who received a possible bomb in his mailbox.

Pelosi, says this is unfortunately not her first rodeo, and that she’s been a “target for a real long time.” She says the real issue has to do with Donald Trump, and his messages to the masses. She says he needs to “reign in” what he’s saying, because the “children are watching.”

Both Pelosi and Cloobeck said they are about “love, not hate,” and stressed that messages from the President should all be about “love,” because whatever he says greatly impacts the people.

As we’ve reported, Robert De Niro, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have all been targets of potential bombs.