In response to the resignation of Nancy Pelosi from her position as House speaker, Joe Biden released a statement. He said that he thought of her as a dignified individual.
In a statement, Nancy said that she would be stepping down from her position as House speaker. She has served as the leader of the Democratic caucus for over two decades.
In his statement, Biden referred to Nancy as the most consequential House speaker in history. He noted that she showed how members of Congress should uphold the country's constitution and ensure that democracy works. The president also called her to congratulate her.
The announcement by Nancy fulfills her promise to step down from her position as House speaker after four years. Despite calls for her to retire, some within her party urged her to run for another leadership position.
Biden's statement noted that in 2007, Nancy became the first woman to serve as House speaker. She continued to make history throughout her four-year term in the position.
In his statement, Biden praised Nancy for her ability to lead and govern. He said that she showed how a father's daughter could win and govern. He also praised her ability to ensure that the bills that she supported would pass.
In his statement, the president praised Nancy for her role in passing various legislation. Some of these include the American Rescue Plan, the Affordable Care Act, and the legislation that ended the "don't ask, don't tell" policy for gay individuals in the military.
In his statement, Biden praised Nancy for her ability to lead and govern. He also praised her ability to ensure that democracy works. He said that she would continue to protect the country's sacred democracy. Biden and his wife, Jill, count Nancy, Paul, and their families among their friends.
For the past 15 years, Jim Clyburn, Nancy, and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer have been part of the top three leadership positions in the House. Now, it's up to them whether or not they'll follow in her footsteps and run for another leadership position.
Among the possible challengers are Pete Aguilar, the vice chairman of the Democratic Caucus, and Katherine Clark, the assistant speaker.
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