Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked one question that she didn’t seem to like and her answer was a bit snappy towards the reporter. She was asked “Will you commit to serving your full two-year term for the people of San Francisco?” Pelosi then responded with a snarling: “What is this? What is this? Don’t bother me with a question like that. Really. Really, ok? I said what I’m gonna do. Those kind of questions are such a waste of my time.”
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Pelosi is on her way out from being the Speaker. The House Democrats have made up their minds and elected some new figures to fill leadership roles when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Majority Leader, Steny Hoyer, step down from their roles. Nancy Pelosi’s replacement will be Democrat Rep. Hakeem Jeffries. Pelosi is 82-years-old and well past the time of retirement and Hakeem Jeffries is only 52.
Jeffries will be working with deputy Rep. Katherine Clark, a 59-year-old progressive who’s worked with Jeffries before. Her role then was serving as the vice chair of the Democratic Caucus and the assistant speaker during this time in Congress. She was also previously serving as minority whip, reported CNBC.
As previously reported on Byberry News, the House GOP spent about $4 million in hopes to defeat Nancy Pelosi, but it appears she’ll be stepping down on her own anyway.
In an effort to help Mike Lawler defeat Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), House Republicans are investing $4 million in television ads. The Congressional Leadership Fund, a super PAC, is targeting the New York City broadcast market with its new spending. In addition to the ad, the super PAC said it would begin airing a short advertisement on Wednesday aimed at Maloney’s decisions on cash bail and crime.
Pelosi is also dealing with the trouble her husband Paul has gotten himself into.