Even as House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler seemed to move toward impeachment, Pelosi and other party leaders remain against it.
During a conference call with House Democrats on Monday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged them to refrain from launching immediate impeachment proceedings against the president.
Texas Lieutenant Governor Patrick slammed "soft-spoken Nancy" and invited Democrats to come and see the "crisis" at the border with their own eyes.
“This glass of water would win with a D next to its name in those districts,” Pelosi said, seemingly referring to Ocasio-Cortez.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi played down victories such as her own and that of New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, saying elections were won elsewhere.
Pelosi said Democrats will focus on locking down top candidates in swing districts around the country within the next six months to win again in 2020.
The House Speaker said Republicans and the president are calling for the Intelligence Committee's chairman to step down because they're “scaredy cats” who fear the truth.
“I did not reflect on her words. I reflected on what I heard from many people,” Representative Al Green said of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"Shall America just stop fighting for our principles and do what's politically convenient?" Steyer asked.
The image of Pelosi, eyebrow raised and clapping at Trump after he called for an end to “revenge politics,” now features on T-shirts and tote bags for sale on her online store.
"I think she has a different experience in the use of words," Pelosi said.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Democrats will fight President Donald Trump in Congress, the courts and the court of public opinion over his national emergency declaration for a border wall.
The spread has since been characterized as "incitement" and a "call for violence."
Pelosi will be in New York and Washington, D.C. when Trump and Pence are overseas, a spokesperson from her office confirmed.
Congress has "the power of the purse," the House speaker reminded European leaders during a visit to Brussels.
The 2019 Raise the Wage Act, introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Bobby Scott, would boost wages for nearly 40 percent of all black workers in the United States.
"Congresswoman Omar’s use of anti-Semitic tropes and prejudicial accusations about Israel’s supporters is deeply offensive," read a statement from Pelosi and Democratic leadership.
"She did, in fact, invite me to be on the committee. So, I don’t think that this is a snub,” the New York congresswoman said.
Hillary Clinton applauded the recent work of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, as well as the "tidal wave of women and young people running for office," at a women's movement summit in California.
"She knows. And she knows that you know. And frankly she’s disappointed that you thought this would work. But here’s a clap,” Christine Pelosi wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning.