House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., dismissed President Trump's declaration that he is a "stable genius" and said that such a statement raises "certain questions" about any individual making such a proclamation.
"What difference does it make what I think?" Pelosi told reporters at her weekly press conference. "No. I'm not going to that place."
"I take issue with a person presenting himself as a genius. Doesn't that raise certain questions? But I'm not going to go to how he — his tweets. I'm just not going to that place."
The question was in reference to the president's response to those questioning his mental stability, to which the president argued that he is a "very stable genius."
Pelosi went on to critique him for putting out two tweets seemingly in opposition to one another on the House's vote to renew the Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
"This morning he put out two tweets [that] were so undermining of what we were trying to do on the floor in terms of FISA and the rest. We were like 'he doesn't even know what the bills are about, and he's putting out tweets,'" Pelosi said.
"I'm more concerned about what his policies are and how they affect everyday Americans and their lives than his view of himself," she added.