House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is reportedly meeting with members of her own party to discuss term limits for party leaders and committee chairs, just weeks before she is expected to become the next House speaker.
Pelosi has reportedly had multiple meetings with Democrats in the House who have vocally opposed her run for the next speaker of the House when Democrats take over the majority in January, according to a Politico report, which cited four sources with knowledge.
In the meetings she has reportedly been trying to win over their support, and in return has offered a proposal that would put term limits in action for party leaders, including herself. (RELATED: Protesters Arrested Inside Nancy Pelosi’s Office Demanding Dems Address Climate Change)
The minority leader is set to become the next speaker of the House when the 116th Congress convenes on Jan. 3, after she received enough votes on her behalf in order to secure the nomination on Nov. 28.
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