It’s really amazing what the outcome of an election can do to party unity. Two weeks ago the news reports claimed that the Republican party was about to go to war and break into two, while the Democratic Party was virtual love fest. Then the election happened, the Republicans won the White House, kept control of the senate and the house and everything changed.
Today the GOP is united behind the president-elect and the Democratic Party is being torn apart. The old guard vs. the new, the progressive wing vs. the extremely very progressive wing. And as a result minority leader Pelosi may be demoted to just plain old Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
Earlier this week the Dems unexpectedly delayed a scheduled leadership vote until after Thanksgiving. The renegade section of the party fought for the delay because they needed time to generate a challenge to Pelosi’s leadership.
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