Monday, November 29, 2021

WATCH: Speaker Pelosi Says Tuesday’s Election “Wasn’t a Good Night”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did not claim responsibility for the Democrats’ disappointing election results on Tuesday night, saying it “would be better” if the party could pass President Joe Biden’s agenda through Congress.

Check out Pelosi’s comments in the player above.

Speaking Thursday to reporters from the Capitol, Pelosi said election night “was not a good night” for Democrats.

But when asked if she believed her party was fined for not passing the infrastructure bill or spending plan, Pelosi responded that she hadn’t seen enough data to make a judgment.

Nonetheless, she said, “Not to mention the impact it has made, it is always a positive signal when the results are clear to the public.”

Tuesday’s election results robbed the Democrats of the governorship in Virginia when a political newcomer caused a stunning upset. Glenn Youngkin became the first Republican to be appointed to the state in ten years.

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In New Jersey, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy won re-election by a small margin in his reliably blue state, but too close a race for comfort sent flashing signals to the parties warning that their power might be in jeopardy.

The House of Representatives prepares to debate and vote on President Joe Biden’s revised $ 1.85 trillion domestic policy package, as well as the accompanying $ 1 trillion infrastructure bill, and Democrats are keen to show voters that the party can deliver on its priorities.

When asked if these voices could come this week, Pelosi declined, saying only, “I’ll let you know as soon as I want.”

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