Nancy Pelosi is no longer a candidate to become the Democratic leader of the US House of Representatives. He said this while addressing the Congress.
Pelosi, 82, told the House she would “continue to stand up for the people of San Francisco, for the state of California, and to protect the Constitution,” but was not a self-proclaimed Democratic presidential candidate.
“The time has come for a new generation to lead the Democratic Party that I respect so much. “I’m grateful that so many are willing to take on this enormous responsibility,” Pelosi said, calling the House of Representatives “holy ground. American democracy is majestic, but fragile. Many here have seen that vulnerability firsthand,” she said, referring to the Capitol attack by Trump supporters. “Democracy must therefore always be guarded against the harmful forces.”
The announcement follows news that Democrats have lost control of the House of Representatives as expected. So Pelosi couldn’t Speaker There should still be a Minority Leader in the House. House Democrats will choose their leaders on November 30. Kevin McCarthy is the Republican Party leader, so it was already known that he would become the new Speaker of the House.
Pelosi was elected to the House in 1987 and has been the Democratic leader since 2002. In 2007, he was first elected Speaker She is the first woman to hold the position. He led the Democratic Party to victory twice and was a key figure during the Obama and Biden administrations. So his announcement marks a new era for the Democratic Party. In a statement, US President Joe Biden called him “the most stable Speaker of the House of Representatives in our history”.
Her position made her a target for the right wing. Nancy Pelosi was in Congress as Trump supporters stormed the Capitol. The pictures show how she acted cool and asked for reinforcements. Recently, a 42-year-old man broke into her home in San Francisco and attacked her husband with a hammer. “Where’s Nancy?” asked attacker David DeBabe (42). The same words shouted by the stormtroopers of the Capitol. Washington DC resident Nancy Pelosi called the attack “shocking.” He has previously said that attack is one of the factors he will take into account when deciding his future.
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