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Nancy Pelosi Dresses Down Donald Trump

Can the Democrats pull it off to impeach Donald Trump?

In Omaha, Nancy Pelosi promises to fight and recounts walking out on meeting with Trump.


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi got a warm reception from a crowd of Nebraska Democrats on Saturday — especially when she talked about a photo of her standing up to President Donald Trump.

And she left them with a promise to fight on issues important to Democrats, including lowering prescription drug prices, expanding gun background checks and taking action on climate change.

 

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Earlier this month, Trump tweeted a photo of Pelosi, the only woman at the table during a White House meeting, standing up and pointing at him before walking out. He captioned it “Nervous Nancy’s unhinged meltdown!” Pelosi made the photo her Twitter background..

The DNC Makes it Harder for Qualifying Candidates

Who will make it to the finish line?

Democratic Party makes it harder to qualify for December’s presidential debate.


The Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced a higher threshold for candidates to qualify for the sixth  Democratic primary debate in December. The debate will be co-hosted by PBS NewsHour and Politico the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs in California on December 19


In order to qualify for the debate, candidates will need donations from 200,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 800 unique donors per state in at least 20 states. They will also have to reach a national polling threshold or a state polling threshold.


Candidates may qualify by receiving 4% support or more in at least four polls, which may be national polls or early-state polls. Otherwise, candidates may qualify by receiving 6% support or more in two single-state polls in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and/or Nevada. The qualifying polls must be publicly released between October 16 and December 12.

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