Nancy Pelosi gives record eight-hour speech on Dreamers

Pelosi refused to support the bipartisan budget deal Ryan, Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) agreed to earlier Wednesday unless Ryan committed to bringing up the DACA amnesty vote.

Some Democrats were already backing up Pelosi as the deal was announced Wednesday afternoon. He added that instead of focusing so much on the $15 minimum wage many in his party are fighting for across the country, Democrats need to focus more on what he called "economic aspiration" - jobs that pay $35 or $40 per hour. "We can do something today to at least make whole the children".

Republican supporters were not as enamoured with Pelosi's actions.

Fiscal conservatives like the Freedom Caucus, have also indicated they will vote against the deal due to the increase in new government spending.

"What it accomplished was to say, 'We have our beliefs and we're willing to fight for them and we're willing to fight for them on floor of the House, '" she said. "And I hope that does not happen", he continued.

Where the House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi has been speaking for almost seven hours straight.

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But others raised questions, asking, "What is our plan?"

"This bill is the product of extensive negotiations among Congressional leaders and the White House", McConnell said.

She went on to claim there would be no shutdown if Republicans would agree to "lift the domestic spending in the same proportion they're lifting defense" spending included in a stopgap measure. "I have no intention of yielding back", Pelosi said at 3:41 p.m. "It's not a situation where we can hold all our members".

"This stunt. had nothing to do with protecting vulnerable members who have to take a hard vote", said one moderate Democrat who asked not to be named. Pelosi has been sharing statements from DACA recipients about themselves and their successes in the US. "We're continuing to press to be sure that we have an opportunity to address the Dreamer issue".

It's unclear if Democratic leadership will whip against the bill. "They've been enriched ... by the greatness of our country".

"I think the fact that you have not heard from the Democratic Party, the Democratic caucus, from Democratic Party offices, you would think that there'd be hashtags galore supporting this effort - this unprecedented effort from Nancy Pelosi", Rep. Luis Gutierrez told reporters on Wednesday. "But I anticipate that if 30, 40 Democrats vote for it, it would pass".

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