“NANCY ON THE ROPES? Democrats’ losing streak prompts calls for Pelosi’s ouster” -Fox News

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Summary: ” We know just how to run against a Nancy Pelosi-run party.” A source close to Pelosi told Fox News the criticism “bothers her,” particularly as it is coming from all angles, as opposed to any attacks she faced following the November elections. Democrat Jon Ossoff got through with in back of Republican Karen Handel in Georgia’s special House election on Tuesday night but the real loser could might possibly turn out to be House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. That would be very bad, for the Republican Party –, and please let Cryin’ Chuck stay!” President Trump tweeted on Thursday, also referencing Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. There is some angst about the elections.”  Pelosi, first of all elected in 1987 from her California district, has sought to desist the landslide beneath her feet by emphasizing the positive takeaways from the highly competitive Georgia race, which Democrats poured money, and time into in hopes of dealing President Trump a high-profile defeat. “Death by a thousand cuts.” One senior House Democratic member told Fox News: “There’s going to be discontent but it’s more pronounced now. “Nancy Pelosi isn’t the only reason why that Ossoff lost but she certainly is one of the reasons.” As Speaker of the House in 2009, Pelosi presided over with a 255-seat majority which was wiped out by the next election, when Democrats fell to 193 seats. Democrat Joe Cunningham, running to unseat Republican Mark Sanford in South Carolina, tweeted soon at the end of announcing his candidacy: “If elected, I’ll not vote, for Nancy Pelosi for speaker. In a “Dear Colleague” letter obtained by The New York Times, Pelosi, who has resisted all calls to step aside, spoke of a unifying message “we shall be able to all embrace, and use in our districts.” During a recent caucus meeting, Pelosi also said the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise by a disgruntled Democratic voter might have contributed to the Georgia loss, Politico reported. Time to move forward, and win again.” The Democratic Party needs new leadership now. Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff lost his bid, for a House seat in a special election in Georgia.”

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