The end of the Pelosi era is in sight
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The end of the Pelosi era is in sight

So the Titanic is her power within the Democratic Party, where she has never faced serious challenges for her leadership role at all times, despite the disastrous 2020 election.

It is a truly powerful political force and influence at the highest levels of American politics. And now we know When It tends to end.

“There is a movement to limit leadership and chairman of the commission. They say they will do it, they do not do it. But what I said at the time is whether it will pass or not, I will abide by those rules. I can not wait to work with Joe Biden.

This means that the next conference will be her last as a speaker. And there will soon be a big leadership vacuum for Democrats.

(Caveat: Pelosi did not come out immediately and said, “I will not run for speaker again at the end of 2022, “Which put her at some level of the wiggle room, assuming.)

Her top delegates – Majority Party Steny Hoyer (Maryland) and Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (South Carolina) – are aged 78 and 77, respectively. While it is unclear whether they will step down as leaders when Pelosi acts, it is possible that the broader leadership will look at the younger generation.

The most prominent name on the list is New York State’s Hakeem Jeffries, now the fifth member of the House of Representatives, who was elected chairman of the House of Representatives on Wednesday.

At age 50, Jeffries represents a trusted new generation by Pelosi; She named him one of a number of House impeachment managers to defend President Donald Trump’s allegations against the Senate in January.

Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark, who won Wednesday’s four-man runner-up (speech assistant), will still be in the mix instead of Pelosi. California President Tony Cardenas is protesting against the party’s 2022 general election campaign.

While these ambitious Democrats have an end to the Pelosi era, it is unclear whether they will be sworn in as House Minority Speaker in House in January 2023, after Republicans have voted out of favor in the 2020 general election.

Points: Pelosi wrote her name prominently in a history book a long time ago. Now the question is, who will step into the void she will leave.