Video released publicly Friday shows the husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi fighting for control of a hammer with his assailant during a brutal attack in the couple's home last year.
Nancy Pelosi, the first and only woman to serve as speaker, says she will step down as leader of the House Democrats next year. Now, a new batch of lawmakers is in the leadership spotlight.
Monday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams debated over the weekend, sparring over abortion, gun violence, and COVID relief funds. Elsewhere, Barack Obama and Mike Pence headline rallies in Georgia. We also discuss the dangers of violent rhetoric after the attack on Paul Pelosi.
Pelosi said she is grateful for the quick response of law enforcement and medical experts, and leaning on her Christian faith in a difficult time.
Pelosi did not appear in court for his sentencing, as it is not required by California law, unless mandated by a judge.
The head of the church in San Francisco has said the House Speaker can't receive the sacrament there because of her abortion rights support, but Pope Francis has avoided politicizing the Eucharist.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement Friday that the House is expected to vote on a resolution next week that would allow congressional staffers to unionize.
Senate Majority Leader Schumer said the Senate will take up the measure "very early" in the new year
Friday on Political Rewind: Georgia will follow CDC guidelines on who can receive the COVID-19 booster shot. And, in news from the U.S. Capitol, a last-minute vote in Washington, D.C., averted a federal government shutdown last night. Georgia’s congressional delegation voted along partisan lines on the resolution to authorize continued federal funding.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Georgia 7th District U.S. Rep. Carolyn Bordeaux is among a group of moderate Democrats under fire for their resistance to supporting President Biden’s $3.5 trillion budget proposal until the U.S. House passes a bipartisan infrastructure bill. Meanwhile, the FDA gave final approval yesterday for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Nancy Pelosi was first elected to the U.S. House in 1987. Two decades later, she was the first woman to be elected Speaker of the House. And in the past few years, she became both a liberal icon and an increasingly polarizing figure as she battled President Donald Trump over a number of issues during his time in office.
Molly Ball, national political correspondent for TIME and now author of a new biography called Pelosi, joined Political Rewind to discuss Pelosi's character and career, as well as her rise to power and prominence in the U.S. Congress.
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