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Representative Nancy Pelosi gives an emotional update on her husband Paul’s health


Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-California) lowered her head and paused before answering a question about how her husband, Paul Pelosi, was feeling nearly three months after a brutal attack at the couple’s home left him hospitalized.

” He is fine. It will take him a little while to get back to normal,” the former House speaker told CNN’s Chris Wallace in a new interview, which premiered Friday ahead of its Sunday air date.

Wallace noted that Paul Pelosi has been seen in public several times since the attack. He was spotted in the audience on Tuesday as President Joe Biden hosted the Golden State Warriors at the White House in Washington, on the House floor in early January for the opening of the 118th Congress, and at Statuary Hall in mid- December for the unveiling of a portrait in honor of his wife.

“He kinda went out because the doctor said he must have something to look forward to,” Nancy Pelosi said, adding, “Again, one day at a time.”

In late October, David DePape, 42, was charged with breaking into the Pelosis home in San Francisco in search of the Speaker of the House. He ended up hitting her husband with a hammer, hitting his head, right arm and hands.

Asked for more details about the nature of her lingering injuries, the congresswoman told Wallace that many surface wounds had healed.

“Tendons, you know all that. But the head is a different thing,” she said.

“Anyone who has suffered a head injury knows to be very careful. You have to pay attention to the movement. You have to pay attention to the light. You have to pay attention to the sound. And it just takes time,” she continued.

“You’re very tired, but, you know… it’ll probably take another three or four months, according to the doctors, for him to really be himself.”

Representative Nancy Pelosi and her husband, Paul Pelosi, attend a portrait unveiling ceremony in the Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol on December 14 in Washington.

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Paul Pelosi was released from hospital about a week after the attack.

Authorities say DePape planned to kidnap the speaker, who was in Washington at the time.

“I feel very sad because of what happened, but also sadder because the person was looking for me,” Nancy Pelosi told Wallace. “My dear husband, who isn’t even that political actually, paid the price.”

DePape entered two not guilty pleas related to the incident, one each in separate state and federal cases.

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