NBC News senior media reporter Dylan Byers drew the ire of social media users Wednesday after he downplayed the growing controversy over House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trip to a San Francisco hair salon that had been shuttered by local ordinances put in place due to coronavirus.In security footage obtained by Fox News and timestamped Monday at 3:08 p.m. PT, the California political powerhouse is seen walking through ESalonSF  with wet hair, and without a mask over her mouth or nose. During an appearance on MSNBC that night, Pelosi criticized President Trump for giving his Republican National Convention acceptance speech before a live audience on the South Lawn at the White House.On Wednesday, the speaker remained defiant, insisting she was “set up” and calling on the business to apologize.PELOSI FIGHTS BACK: ‘THE SALON OWES ME AN APOLOGY FOR SETTING ME UP’While critics accused Pelosi of not practicing what she preaches, Byers mocked the outrage in a Twitter post.”America is beset by internal problems and external threats,” he wrote. “We face severe political and cultural tensions, a global pandemic and threats from foreign adversaries. But I, for one, believe there is no issue so pressing today as a legislator’s visit to a San Francisco hair salon.”The NBC media reporter then also swiped at a

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