“Elections are more than about winning the election,” Nancy Pelosi said during an interview on Sunday.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) couldn’t explain on Sunday how the Democrats’ new message, “A Better Deal,” is any different from the message that Hillary Clinton and Democrats ran on in 2016 during an interview on “Fox News Sunday.”
Fox News’ Chris Wallace displayed on screen everything that is in the Democrats’ “A Better Deal,” and then said to Pelosi, “None of it is new. We’ve been hearing it for years. We heard it from the Democrats and Hillary Clinton in 2016, and you lost.”
“Well, we’re going to hear it with more clarity,” Pelosi responded.
“A Better Deal,” deal was released on Monday and mocked by Republicans for sounding like a Papa John’s Pizza ad and by the media for not being anything new or exciting.
Pelosi then talked about how congressional Democrats are in charge of the party’s message for the first time since 2006 and told Wallace, “Elections are more than about winning the election.”
“But, they’re all about winning the election,” Wallace interjected.
“No, it’s about winning on the issues,” Pelosi told Wallace before pivoting to talk about accountability.
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