Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi on her father Paul Pelosi’s restoration: “The emotional scars, I don’t know if those ever heal”
Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi, the youngest daughter of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has a brand new documentary about her mom, “Pelosi in the House,” premiering on HBO subsequent week. Not within the movie, nevertheless, is the brutal hammer assault on her father by an intruder of their San Francisco house on October 28. In a revealing interview with John Dickerson for “CBS Sunday Morning,” Alexandra Pelosi says her father’s scars are therapeutic however that the emotional injury could by no means go away.
The interview will probably be broadcast on “Sunday Morning” December 11 on CBS and streamed on Paramount+.
“He is getting better every day, thank you for asking,” Alexandra informed Dickerson. “The scars are healing. I mean, he looks like Frankenstein. The scars are healing. but I think the emotional scars, I don’t know if those ever heal.”
Adding to the emotional scars from the assault for the entire household is how some outsiders have reacted. “I haven’t slept since the night my father was attacked,” Alexandra mentioned, noting others have used the assault for political benefit.
“I don’t care who you are and who you vote for. Nobody should think it is funny than an 82-year-old man got attacked in the middle of the night,” she says. “And yet, like, a sitting governor and a wannabe governor and members of Congress were laughing about it.”
She says her father is the breakout star of her mom’s life, and of the documentary she’s made.
Pelosi talks with Dickerson about her movie; rising up within the Pelosi family; and what it was like being contained in the Capitol on January 6, 2021, because it was being stormed by violent insurrectionists trying to find her mom.
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