The commander-in-chief's comments made their way back to Kious who responded in a telephone interview with Fox News.
“I see how hard the president fights for America and it has inspired me to do what is right for the people in my industry and small businesses everywhere,” said Kious. “I never expected all of this, but the House I am focused on right now is the House with two little girls under 10, with social-distanced learning. But I appreciate the sentiment.”
She added, "He is my president and I will do what I need to do," suggesting that Kious didn't completely close the door on the idea.
Pelosi continues to push the story that the salon owner set her up but she had been to the salon "over the years many times."
The Speaker told reporters, "I take responsibility for trusting the work of the neighborhood salon that I have been to many times. When they said they could accommodate people one at a time, and we can set up that time, I trusted that."
She added, "The salon owes me an apology for setting me up."
Pelosi tried to downplay the fact that she wasn't wearing a mask in the salon, "I just had my hair washed. I don't wear a mask when I'm washing my hair. Do you wear one when you wash your hair?"
Pelosi made the choice to not wear a mask in public. She wants to continue to live her life with special treatment and doesn't care about the people who have lost everything because of her selfishness. Frankly, a box of rocks as Speaker of the House would be an improvement over Pelosi.