In the aftermath of the Paul Pelosi attack, Americans are split on whether or not to accept the narrative.

Donald Trump promoted claims about the attack against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul Pelosi in an interview with conservative radio host Chris Stigall. Trump told Stigall on Tuesday that “weird things going on in that household,” and repeated the idea that a window in the Pelosi home was “broken from the inside to the out. It wasn’t a break-in, it was a break-out.

“It’s weird things going on in that household in the last couple of weeks,” Trump said. “You know, probably, you and I are better off not talking about it. The glass, it seems, was broken from the inside to the out and, you know, so, it wasn’t a break in, it was a break out.”

Trump went on to say that he’s “not a fan of Nancy Pelosi,” but that what happened was “very sad.” He added: “The whole thing is crazy. I mean, if there’s even a little bit of truth to what’s being said, it’s crazy.

But the window was broken in and it was strange the cops were standing there practically from the moment it all took place.”

Police reports have made clear that there was, in fact, a break-in. And that the reason the police were able to be there so quickly is because Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was able to call 911 while the break-in was occurring.

In the days following the attack, several prominent right-wing figures have questioned aspects of the attack – including saying that Paul Pelosi and the intruder were gay lovers who had gotten into a fight.

Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of the former president, has also responded to the attack. Trump Jr. shared a post on social media that featured an image of a hammer and a pair of underwear with the words “Got my Paul Pelosi Halloween costume ready.” Trump Jr. wrote: “The Internet remains undefeated.”

According to one fan, the elites in the country are always up to something nefarious and they are trying to keep that fact from you. They want to keep you in the dark, but you are too smart for that, so you see through the stories they are telling you.