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Nancy Pelosi does not understand economics: Trish Regan
FBN ‘ s Trish explained Regan, as Senate Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) the strength of the US economy is downplayed.
HAMPTON, N. H. – Anyone looking for signs that Nancy has lost Pelosi’s influence in the Democratic ranks of this cycle, only a glance in the last week candidate forum in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District needs.
If there are 10 democratic candidates were asked whether the support of the house minority leader would be elected for the speaker and the Democrats again, the chamber raised the majority, just a hand. Your hesitation speaks of a growing unrest among this year’s midterm candidates, especially in swing districts in the veteran California Democrat-the handle to the power.
In New Hampshire, the candidates’ response to the Pelosi issue was the electorate told due to the nature. The Seating in the matches, currently held by the retirement of Democratic Republic of Carol Shea-Porter, represents a swing district in a swing state.
2018 PM: Only one of the ten Democratic congressional candidate in #nh01 who were participating in a @hamptondems forum last night said they would support @Nancy Pelosi as House Speaker#nhpolitics #2018Midterms pic.twitter.com/j6NqiHTeDt
— Paul Steinhauser (@steinhauserNH1) June 22, 2018
Perceived Pelosi relations damage the Democrats could hold ” – bid to, the seat. In Pennsylvania, Democrat Conor Lamb certainly similar calculations earlier this year to support as he vowed, Pelosi for speaker, and won a special election in a deep-red district, the President of Trump wore in 2016 and by 20 percentage points.
With his in spite of, of lamb, a trend began to be seen in the New Hampshire forum and race all over the country.
Since then, some of the 20 Democratic members of Congress challengers in the districts is controlled by the Republicans have publicly distanced themselves from Pelosi.
Among them, Clarke Tucker, the Democratic candidate in Arkansas 2. District), explained in a TV Spot, “I said from day one that I will not vote for Nancy Pelosi.”
Dan McCready, the democratic candidate in North Carolina, 9. District, said that earlier this spring, “It is time for a change and starts at the top.”
And Dan Kohl, the democratic Challenger in Wisconsin, 6th District, told Fox6 in April that “if I’m elected to Congress I would not vote for Nancy Pelosi, as the leader of the Democrats.”
Whether the rank-and-file rejection could, in fact, Pelosi’s compromise offer for the Hammer – if Democrats take the house, remains to be seen. But the statements reflect a growing medium-term strategy of Democratic candidates to distance themselves from the longtime liberal leader. This, as President Trump and fellow Republicans are trying to cast Pelosi – together with far-left colleagues like California’s Maxine Waters, who is also controversy over the weekend stirred with your call to harass Trump Cabinet officials – as of 2018, the “face” of the party.
Pelosi, 78, has led the house Democrats for 15 years and when their party won back control of the chamber in 2006, she made history as the first female speaker. The San Francisco politician lost the speakership after the 2010 elections, when the GOP is back in the house.
Two years ago, they challenged for house Democratic leader Rep. Tim Ryan from Ohio, one of a number of younger legislators are pushing for fresh leadership. But Pelosi Ryan to be defeated by a more than two-to-one margin.
In early may, Pelosi to rest doubts, you would Globe they lead the speaker again if the Democrats flip-24 GOP house seats to retake the majority, says the Boston “we are going to win. I’m going for the speakers. I feel very confident. And my members.”
Only one of 10 candidates in the last week in New Hampshire, District 1 forum raised the hand to show support for Nancy Pelosi as speaker.
Asked about their chances of getting back the speakership, Pelosi told recently the Rolling Stone, “I don’t want to sound arrogant, but I am confident.”
Further, Pelosi has proposed to not be disturbed, even Democratic candidates distanced himself from her – under the assumption of a whatever-it-takes-to-win attitude.
“It doesn’t bother me,” she told Rolling Stone. “I just want you to win.”
Spokesman Drew Hammill stressed that Pelosi enjoys the support under the seats of Democratic legislators: “leader Pelosi always has the overwhelming support of the house Democrats enjoyed and will continue to be in the majority, she is so focused on the chances of winning. Democrats do not let the Republicans choose our leaders.”
Pelosi ambition back the Hammer Republicans excited. Your playbook, in the course of the years you was to grab you and tie Democratic candidates to her. This year, the party has targeted for their opposition to the Republican tax bill signed into law by Trumpf in December. Trump, in February, described Pelosi as a “secret weapon” for Republicans as they try to keep you up to the house.
The Congressional Leadership Fund, a large outside the group, which aims to ensure that the GOP’s House majority, has vowed to spend big money targeting Pelosi.
“Nancy Pelosi is, by far, the most toxic politician in the country, and we continue to see their toxicity increase. CLF spend millions of dollars because voters remember how bad Nancy Pelosi, is for the country,” CLF Communications Director, Courtney Alexander, said.
Pelosi is a fundraising power for their party. She raised an eye-popping $16.1 million in the first three months of this year, with the majority of cash at the top of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The DCCC reserved millions in TV advertising time for candidates, even those who do not support Pelosi.
Rep. Ray Ben Lujan, the DCCC Chairman, recently told Politico that he was “familiar with our candidates”, when it comes to support Pelosi.
Ryan, who has called for Pelosi in 2016, told Fox News: “I think actually that those who do not support the decision to Pelosi, that there is an opportunity to consider independently, in isolation from the party, have us locked where we are today.”
“You can be a Democrat, look like a new kind of Democrat, independent thinking. And I think that has the kind of independent streak”, the Ohio Congress added to its advantages in project planning, that members.
But the National Republican Congressional Committee, has to take a very different.
“It is a pathetic attempt to distance himself from the embattled minority leader,” NRCC national press secretary Jesse Hunt told Fox News. “The voters will find it very dishonest, in the autumn, when the candidates try to say these kind of claims, if you welcome your financial support and the support of the same policies that supports Pelosi.”
Meanwhile, while Pelosi faces friction from moderates with the Democrats to support, you also have the confrontation with elements of the party want to push it, the further to the left.
Your confirmation for a radical “Medicare for All” health care plan has angered progressives, as their pushback against talk of Democratic firebrands of the impeachment trumps are missing.
“You did an okay job for their term of office, but I think it is time, to those who have Medicare for All,” democratic candidate Mindi because of their Messmer, running in New Hampshire, 1. District, told Fox News. “It’s time for some new leadership, in my opinion.”