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>> I couldn't be more honored.>> Nancy Pelosi, on Wednesday, nominated by her fellow Democrats to be Speaker of the House again, overcoming a bid by the small insurgent Never Nancy contingent to deny her the third-most-powerful job in Washington, D.C.>> It was so inspiring to hear my colleagues place my name in nomination once again for the speaker of the house.
>> Her nomination comes fresh off the November 6th election that gave Democrats majority control of the chamber for the first time in eight years. Now the 78 year-old San Francisco liberal face is in even tougher challenge. Lock up the votes ahead of the full house election in early January by winning over some of her Democratic detractors, who argue the party needs new leadership to take on President Trump's legislative agenda.
Some in the Never Nancy group have said they can control just enough votes to topple her election, but those Democrats have so far failed to produce an opponent to run against her.>> It's now my privilege to present the gavel of the United States House of Representatives to the first woman Speaker in our history, the gentle lady from California, Nancy Pelosi.
>> She took the gavel in 2007, before handing it back to Republicans four years later. If she pulls off the rare feat of securing a second non-consecutive term as Speaker, Pelosi said she'll pursue an agenda that includes investing in infrastructure projects and health care and pledged to hold investigations into the Trump administration.