Nancy Pelosi is not talking about her future during a meeting with House Democrats
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi praised her group on a call with members Wednesday for defying the odds and holding more seats than expected in this year’s midterms, but did not share his vision for the future and will he run again? for the top position in his group.
“Our candidates were brave,” Pelosi said, according to the source. “They had the stamina to get the job done.”
With control of the House hanging in the balance, Democrats face an uphill battle to retain the majority — CNN has yet to predict which party will take the House, but that hasn’t stopped Pelosi and other members of the Democratic leadership from embracing it. Wednesday was a victory lap after several vulnerable Democrats managed to hold on to seats they were expected to lose after Tuesday. Democrats managed to retain competitive seats in the US House of Representatives in Virginia, Kansas, Michigan and Texas, among other states.
Speculation has been running high in Washington this fall about Pelosi’s next move and whether she will decide to retire if Republicans regain the majority. CNN reported in September During interviews with more than two dozen Democrats in the House of Representatives, a consensus emerged. .
One member of the vulnerable group who lost his re-election race on Tuesday was Democratic Congressional Select Committee Chairman Sean Patrick Maloney, whom Pelosi cited in her title Wednesday after losing to Republican challenger Mike Lawler.
Maloney was in the awkward position of touting House Democrats’ beating of election expectations while trying to make sense of his own defeat, which was part of the Republican near-destroy of the New York suburbs.
“(Maloney) took an arrow for us,” Pelosi said on the call, calling it a “Pyrrhic victory,” a source told CNN.
While Pelosi spent part of Wednesday in her Capitol office, she is expected to travel to Egypt with a group of Democrats to attend the COP27 UN climate summit.
“As humanity faces an accelerating climate crisis, the United States Congress is proud to work side by side with our partners around the world to create a healthier, more sustainable and fairer future for all,” Pelosi said in a statement. travel
Congress returns to session on Monday for the first time in six weeks.
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