President Donald Trump responded this morning to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) contention that he has "done nothing" since taking office.

Pelosi appeared on ABC's "This Week" Sunday, calling Trump the "deflector in chief" and saying all he has done is stir up fear during his first month as president.

"I have been watching Nancy's statements," Trump said. "She is incompetent.

"Equally, when you look at what is going on with the Democrats and the party, it's getting smaller and smaller. ... She has done a terrible job."

Trump went on to defend what he has done so far in office, especially in terms of keeping companies in America.

"I don't think she is a good spokesman," he said of Pelosi. "There are those who say I have done more than anybody in 100 days. Look at the money I have saved. I have saved billions and billions of dollars."

He then mentioned significant changes to health care and tax reform are forthcoming.

"I think I have done just about more than anybody in the first four weeks," he said.

Following Trump's interview, Pelosi released the following statement through spokesman Drew Hammill:

"As Leader Pelosi stated yesterday, this President came into office promising bold action on jobs. Forty days later, the American people see nothing but a squandered four weeks in which this President has done nothing but instill fear. In classic fashion, the President is projecting his incompetence on to others. Instead of calling people names, President Trump should focus on how he's going to grow the American economy and live up to the promises he's made to the American people."

Watch the clip above, and don't miss the highlights from the big interview, here.

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