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House speaker Nancy Pelosi accepted her caucus’ nomination to serve another term as speaker this morning, saying she looked forward to working with the Biden administration over the next two years.
“Joe Biden is president-elect of the United States. Kamala Harris is the vice-president-elect. So, I look forward to serving, working with them for the people,” Pelosi said, according to a copy of her remarks.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is on Capitol Hill today, meeting with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell.
Meadows’ meeting with McConnell comes less than four weeks before government funding is set to expire, raising concerns about a potential shutdown next month.