The 80-year-old Democrat received 219 votes and 206 votes against, and he remained in office, standing third behind the vice president in the third row next to the president.
Pelosi, who was already in office between 2007 and 2011, did not face any opposition, but had to deal with two problems to be re-elected, according to Spanish news agency Efe: the possibility of some Democrats breaking ranks and the risk of others deciding to travel to the US capital due to the Covit-19 epidemic.
As of today, the Democrats will get 222 seats in the House of Representatives and the Republicans 211 seats, which is why it is important to ensure that almost all Democrats are on the ballot.
The Pelosi vote comes on the same day that Trump’s record was released, asking the governor of Georgia to “find” the votes needed to turn the vote in the state, amid numerous reports of divisions within the Republican Party, including several demonstrations in Washington in support of Trump, and even the president’s efforts.
Andhra Pradesh has said it will have the support of up to a dozen Republican senators and up to 100 members of the House of Representatives to challenge the Electoral College vote when Congress convenes a joint meeting to confirm President-elect Joe Biden. He won the election by 306 votes to 232.
Joe Biden is set to take office on Jan. 20 with immediate priorities to fight the Go-Biden-19 epidemic and revive the world’s largest economy.
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