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Nancy Pelosi ‘very proud’ that Democrats keep House

By DW
08 November 2020   |   12:56 pm
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is "very proud" that congressional Democrats are set to retain their majority in the House of Representatives.

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US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is "very proud" that congressional Democrats are set to retain their majority in the House of Representatives.