Candidacy statement from Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives: I will not enter the election

Candidacy statement from Pelosi Speaker of the US House of

Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, announced that she will not run for the Democratic leadership again after the House majority passed to the Republicans.

Pelosi gave a speech to the House of Representatives General Assembly after the Republicans won a majority in the House of Representatives as a result of the Congressional midterm elections on November 8.

Stating that she has served in the House of Representatives for 35 years and as the leader of the Democrats here for 19 years, Pelosi said that this is her pride.

“I will not be running again for the leadership of the Democrats in the new term of Congress,” Pelosi said. used the phrase.


On the other hand, it did not go unnoticed that Pelosi did not mention former President Donald Trump while counting the US Presidents he served with.

Pelosi and Trump have clashed many times, and Trump was tried with impeachment twice during Pelosi’s presidency. Trump, on the other hand, used expressions that amounted to insulting Pelosi.



The last victim of the political violence that came to the fore in the country was Pelosi’s wife, Paul Pelosi, on October 28.

The suspect, David DePape, broke into Pelosi’s home in San Francisco and severely injured her husband, Paul Pelosi, by hitting him in the head with a hammer.

During DePape’s attack, “Where’s Pelosi?” It was reported that she shouted, “We’re waiting for Nancy now,” trying to tie Paul Pelosi up.

DePape, 42, who was detained, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for targeting a US government official and up to 30 years for the attack on his wife, while Paul Pelosi was discharged from the hospital where he was treated yesterday.



Tensions rose between the US and China due to Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan in August.

The Beijing administration, which sees the island as a sovereign area, opposed the visit, arguing that the visit of a senior political official from the USA would be an encouraging step for the government on the island, which defends Taiwan’s independence, but despite Pelosi’s warnings, the visit he made brought the tension to a climax.

After the visit, the Chinese army started military exercises around the island, and the exercises that lasted for 7 days created a de facto blockade around the island. During exercises using real weapons and ammunition, guided missiles fired from mainland China fell into the waters near Taiwan. (AA)