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Hillary Clinton Praises Nancy Pelosi: 'It Takes a Woman' to Get The Job Done

Former first lady writes for Time's '100 Most Influential People'

 on 18th April 2019 @ 6.00pm
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Clinton called Pelosi the he 'driving force that brought a Democratic majority back to the House.'

Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton  has praised House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for never backing “down from a bully” in an entry for Time’s “100 Most Influential People." 

Clinton called Pelosi the “driving force that brought a Democratic majority back to the House.”

“There’s a saying that goes: ‘If you want something done, ask a busy woman to do it.’ Speaker Nancy Pelosi is living proof that when it comes to getting the job done, more often than not, it takes a woman,” Mrs. Clinton wrote in the article published Wednesday.

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Hillary praised Pelosi for 'leading the charge' on 'desperately needed voting-rights legislation'

Clinton's remarks could be an indication that she is secretly preparing to run for 2020, something she has repeatedly denied.

She also praised Pelosi for “leading the charge” on “desperately needed voting-rights legislation” and “fighting to protect reproductive rights.”

Time published their 100 Most Influential People Monday the list included:

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez 

Former First Lady Michelle Obama

Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Mr. Kavanaugh’s accuser Christine Blasey Ford,

President Donald Trump 

in march  pelosi told european leaders in brussels that she has equal powers to president donald trump © press
In March, Pelosi told European leaders in Brussels that she has equal powers to President Donald Trump

In March, Pelosi told European leaders in Brussels that she has equal powers to President Donald Trump.

Pelosi and a delegation of U.S. lawmakers were in Brussels to convince European heads they had control amid the uncertainty around transatlantic relations.

Pelosi claimed that the U.S. president is not all-powerful in the meetings in Europe.

The House speaker used her recent standoff over the government shutdown as some sort of 'evidence' that she had power over the president.

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