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Nancy Pelosi Announces She Will Step Down As House Democratic Leader

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Nancy Pelosi Announces , She Will Step Down As , House Democratic Leader.
On November 17, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi,
who has led House Democrats for twenty years,
announced that she would step down from leadership.
'Time' reports that Pelosi said she will
continue to serve as a representative while
relinquishing her role as the Speaker of the House.
No matter what title you all, my colleagues,
have bestowed on me, speaker, leader, whip,
there is no greater official honor for me
than to stand on this floor and speak
for the people of San Francisco, Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Speaker of the House, via 'Time'.
This I will continue to do
as a member of the House, Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Speaker of the House, via 'Time'.
In 2002, Pelosi became the first
woman to lead a major
party in either chamber. .
In 2006, she first took up
the speaker's gavel following
midterm elections. .
When I think of Nancy Pelosi, I think
of dignity. History will note she is the
most consequential Speaker of the
House of Representatives
in our history, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'Time'.
When I think of Nancy Pelosi, I think
of dignity. History will note she is the
most consequential Speaker of the
House of Representatives
in our history, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via 'Time'.
The announcement comes just one
day after Republicans won enough
seats to gain control of the chamber. .
'Time' reports that the passing of
the torch is likely to empower the next
generation of Democratic leaders. .
Those leaders include
New York Rep. Hakeem Jeffries,
who is seen as a likely replacement for Pelosi. .
According to 'Time,' Representatives Katherine Clark of Massachusetts and Pete Aguilar of California
are also considered contenders.
According to 'Time,' Representatives Katherine Clark of Massachusetts and Pete Aguilar of California
are also considered contenders.
However, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, who won the Republicans' nomination for the job on Nov. 16, will likely get the gavel
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