Pelosi dismisses Democratic candidates running against her leadership: 'Just win, baby'

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McCarthy cited the GOP's sweeping overhaul of the USA tax system, as well as other facets of positive economic growth as reasons why he believes the party needs to defeat Democratic opponents in the November midterm elections. And she's certainly done her party plenty of good on that front, most notably with her fundraising.

In response to an ad put out by the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) that states Democrats will raise taxes if win back the House and Senate in the midterms, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) described the warning as accurate. "I do think that we should revisit the tax legislation in the way that we always have, in a bipartisan, transparent way", Mrs. Pelosi replied.

Pelosi was speaking at a Politico event Monday when she made the startling admission; confirming the liberal legislator's plot to rescind the tax cuts should Democrats take control of the House. "I don't take offense at that", she said. Nobody in California gets Potomac fever, believe me. "He won. If we hadn't won, you might have a question, but we won - the "D" next to his name was very significant". "And that became very important to me, that there would be a woman at the table where these decisions are negotiated".

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

"Nothing is more wholesome for our politics and our government than the increased participation and leadership of women".

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Saturday called for an ethics investigation into Rep.

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Given the temper of the times and the historical issues the president's party faces in the first midterms, Democrats might still win in November. She says she collapsed and he fondled her while driving her to the hospital.

"I can't even think about not winning", she said.

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