Nancy Pelosi on Thursday suggested that sexism plays a role in questions over whether she should remain House Minority Leader after her party’s election shellacking last week.

“As a woman, is there a message here?” asked Pelosi, 74, at a Capitol news conference.

Pelosi challenged how many times reporters had asked that of soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, 72, as his party failed previously to capture the Senate majority over three elections.

Written by BILLY HOUSE
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