Despite the change in leadership in the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi is still the leader of the Democrats. According to Politico, she is still in control of the party's operations.
After nearly two decades as the leader of the House, Nancy Pelosi stepped down as speaker to allow Kevin McCarthy of California to take over. Despite her departure from the speakership, she is still actively involved in politics.
According to Dan Kildee, a Democratic congressman from Michigan, the situation is similar to having two popes.
Despite being in control of the House of Representatives, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still doesn't take part in most of the daily operations of the Democratic minority. According to a report by Politico, she allows new minority leaders such as New York's Hakeem Jeffries and Massachusetts' Katherine Clark to take over.
James Clyburn and former Majority Leader Hoyer have adjusted to the new leadership of the House Democratic caucus.
According to Mike Quigley, a Democrat from Illinois, the members of Congress have high levels of prestige and are unwilling to step on the leaders' toes.
As she did during her time as the speaker, Pelosi has been informing her members about the possible outcome of a debt limit debate with House Republicans.
The office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did not respond to the Daily Caller's request for comment.
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