(Reuters) – US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday she was particularly concerned that her husband, Paul, was paying the price for a man’s attack on her home, despite it being him. the target. which would influence her decisions about her when to withdraw from parliament.
In his first televised interview since the October 28 attacks, Pelosi claimed that behind the incident was the same kind of “falsehood” that led to the capture of the Capitol on January 6. .
Asked whether he will decide whether to step down as an MP or Speaker of the House if the Democrats lose a majority in the House in Tuesday’s midterm elections, he said, “It depends on what has happened in the last few weeks or two.” When she was asked if she was referring to the incident in which her husband was attacked, she replied: “Yes”.
He also said he was grateful for his 35 years of service in the House.