In case it wasn’t clear what actually happened Friday when President Donald Trump announced he would sign a bill to reopen the government through Feb. 15, we’ve got you covered: the president caved. And House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) won.

The man who prides himself on his toughness, his virility and his ability to be one step ahead of everyone was outmaneuvered by a liberal woman from San Francisco who mocked his manhood.

Trump dug in against Democrats for 35 days over his demand for $5.7 billion for a border wall in exchange for ending the partial government shutdown. He refused to sign any government spending bill that didn’t have his money. He tried to blame Democrats for hurting the 800,000 federal employees going without pay. He tried to force his way into the House chamber to give a State of the Union address to demand money for his wall.

But every step of the way, Pelosi stopped him. She repeated her mantra ― “public sentiment is everything” ― when Trump tried to shift blame to Democrats, noting how badly the president’s poll numbers were sinking. She called it the “Trump shutdown,” which even he said was fine with him. She told him to stop questioning her “strength.” She denied Trump the ability to preside over her chamber to give a national address, since that power lies with her, not him.