Speaker Nancy Pelosi begins by touting her own vote in the House on ending the anti-trust exemption. But she comes across as peevish — Mr. President, it’s not just the Senate that can do things. And then she’s back to platitudes. (“Grown men are crying!” Oy. That’s not really an effective line, is it?) I suspect Republicans would be happy to let her do this all day. She’s not advancing their cause with any specificity or persuasion, nor suggesting that she’s in a dealmaking mode with the minority.
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