Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, right, with Hillary Clinton, is under fire for years of party election losses.
Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, right, with Hillary Clinton, is under fire for years of party election losses. Associated Press
Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, right, with Hillary Clinton, is under fire for years of party election losses. Associated Press

Pelosi and Clinton are selfish losers, blocking the rise of young Democrats

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