Nancy Pelosi thinks the Democrats are doing fine

Minority personality Nancy Pelosi thinks the Democratic Party is doing just excellent despite her associate Democrats meditative it’s time for her to get the ax.

The California Democrat told reporters at LOGO’s Trailblazer endowment rite on Thursday night that she doesn’t trust the party is in need of any radical change while half of the party remained angry and divided for throwing millions towards a Georgia House race that was met with a comfortless loss.

“We have the locus now, people are prepared to listen and we’ll have the summary about the economy, but we will not walk divided from the responsibilities,” Pelosi told reporters.

Just hours prior, New York Democratic Rep. Kathleen Rice told CNN that the party was in need of a change.

“It’s time for Nancy Pelosi to go, and the whole care team,” Rice said.

The 77-year-old, who was awarding Cyndi Lauper the respect for championing LGBTQ issues via her career, addressed her concerns about LGBTQ issues under the Trump administration.

“Well we have to be optimistic, and we have to keep on fighting,” she said.

The longtime politician’s sentiments came just before Trump spoke of her in an talk with “Fox Friends” which aired on Friday.

The boss slammed Pelosi’s record after the Democratic special election losses, explaining that it would be a “very, very unhappy day for Republicans’ if Nancy Pelosi stairs down.”

But that didn’t stop her from priesthood her summary of wish — just shortly after she shielded her abilities as a “master legislator” following the Georgia loss.

“I’m carefree since of all of the work and activism that happened during the HIV AIDS struggle, that really led to good achievements… it led to matrimony equivalence and the dissolution of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell as good as the Hate Crimes Act so now we have an equivalence act but now we wish to open up the Civil Rights Act and inject LGBTQ in there and that would be a good advance.”

Although the party’s hit some tough losses, Pelosi is station behind her certain spirit.

“I consider we done good progress. You have to demeanour at the upside,” she said. “This is not a potion that’s scarcely dull but scarcely full and we’re prepared to win the Congress in the next election but in the meant time we don’t wish those in energy to do mistreat to anyone in the country and positively not the LGBT community.”

The mother-of-five walked the runner with two of her darling grandsons, Paul and Thomas.


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