House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in an interview on Monday that the House is ready to play a “prominent role” in deciding the outcome of the presidential election if the outcome is disputed.
There was a report before the interview that Pelosi pondered what Politico called the “one-century phenomenon”.
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In the event of unity in the Electoral College – which is unlikely but likely – “the new House of Representatives”; will hold a complicated vote, The New York Times reported.
The Politico report said the House votes could be “brutal” and could lead to which party controlled the most state delegations. (Republicans have 26 and Democrats 22). The number may change after Tuesday’s results became available, the Times reported.
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“But let’s not worry about that right now,” Pelosi told NPR. “What we want to be ready for is a big vote tomorrow to clear all thoughts other than that, on January 20, Joe Biden will take office as president of the United States, that we’ll have the House of Representatives. Democracy and Democratic Senate. “
Both Republicans and Democrats have suggested that the other side will dispute most of the election results and there have been reports that both sides are building formidable war chests to finance lawsuits. could happen.
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“We are ready. We have been prepared. We have been ready for a while because we see this irresponsibility of the president, his disrespect for the Constitution, our democracy. and the integrity of our elections. So we are ready for him, ”Pelosi told NPR, according to The Hill.