GOP: Pelosi will raise taxes! Pelosi: "Accurate!"

Pearl Mccarthy
May 9, 2018

House Minority Leader Nancy PelosiNancy Patricia D'Alesandro PelosiTrump records robocall in support of Renacci ahead of Ohio Senate primary McCarthy: Dems want to "capture" Congress and impeach Trump It's the Trump economy, stupid MORE (D-Calif.) on Tuesday welcomed the detractors in her own party, saying securing election victories is worth the cost of enduring barbs directed at her leadership.

"It's not the path we should go on", she said.

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While PolitiFact ruled a month ago that claims Pelosi had pledged to raise taxes were only "half true," Pelosi seemed to just confirm that's her plan. You talk around it.

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"I believe at the end of this day, Nancy Pelosi will not be speaker, Republicans will keep the majority", McCarthy said, adding that "if you looked at the generic ballot earlier this year, yeah, if the election was in January they [Democrats] would've won". And she's certainly done her party plenty of good on that front, most notably with her fundraising. "I don't take offense at that", she said.

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The statement added that state law means leave without pay can only be granted in cases of "indictments or tenure charges". Prior to his accepting his Kenilworth School District post, he was a part-time lecturer at Rutgers University.

Pelosi also recently reiterated that she will seek to become speaker again, despite the increasing number of Democrats running for office who say they wouldn't vote for her.

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However, the odds are not in the Republicans' favor, as the president's party typically loses seats in the midterms.

"I can't even think of not winning", she said. But it will be in spite of Pelosi rather than because of her, and if she keeps handing gifts like these to the GOP, it will be Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell quoting Al Davis - assuming, that is, that Republicans take advantage of those gifts.

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