President Donald Trump taunted Nancy Pelosi in a tweet
Thursday as Republicans and some Democrats have pinned a loss
of a special choosing in Georgia’s 6th Congressional
District on a House minority leader.
“I positively wish a Democrats do not force Nancy P out. That
would be really bad for a Republican Party – and greatfully let
Cryin’ Chuck stay!” Trump wrote, referring to Pelosi and Senate
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
While Republicans have mocked Pelosi’s care in the
past — a Republican National Committee
sarcastically permitted Pelosi for minority personality final year —
a party’s successful plan of joining Democratic
congressional hopefuls to a unpopular minority leader has
caused some Democrats to call for new leadership.
Rep. Tim Ryan, who unsuccessfully challenged Pelosi for minority
personality final year, told Business Insider he did not know how
Democrats could take a House in 2018 if the
GOP was successfully able to remonstrate independents
and Republicans that a opinion for a Democratic claimant is
radically a opinion for Pelosi’s leadership.
“I don’t know if there is a resolution in a brief term,”
Ryan said. “It’s transparent that tactic still works, still packs a
punch, and it’s partial of a broader toxicity of being partial of the
Democratic code regardless of where we are.”
Pelosi’s allies have pointed out that many of the
disastrous impressions that Republicans have of her are equally
loyal of House Speaker Paul Ryan among Democratic voters.
“Republicans blew by millions to keep a ruby-red seat, and
in their unfortunate rush to stop a hemorrhaging, they’ve
returned to demonizing a party’s strongest fund-raiser and
accord builder,” Drew Hammill, Pelosi’s emissary arch of staff,
told The New York Times. “They don’t have Clinton or Obama,
so this is what they do.”