“None of us has any interest in shutting down government, that has such a harmful and shameful impact on so many people in our country,” Pelosi instructed ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “This Week.”
Asked if there was any manner the Democrats may decelerate Senate Republicans, Pelosi mentioned Sunday, “Everyone to get out there and vote.” And pressed once more on what Democrats might do, the House speaker mentioned: “We have our options. We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now.”
On Sunday, Pelosi mentioned Trump is pushing to fill Ginsburg’s seat so shortly as a result of Supreme Court oral arguments on the Affordable Care Act start on November 10.
“The President thinks this isn’t about coronavirus, it is. The President is rushing to make some kind of a decision because he, November 10 is when the oral arguments begin on the Affordable Care Act. He doesn’t want to crush the virus. He wants to crush the Affordable Care Act,” she mentioned.
Several Democrats have referred to as for an enlargement of the Supreme Court if a nominee is pushed by way of earlier than the subsequent President and the Democrats obtain a majority within the Senate.
Asked whether or not Democrats would take into account including extra seats to the Supreme Court if Trump’s nominee is accredited and Biden wins the 2020 election, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer mentioned at a information convention Sunday night that “everything is on the table” if Democrats win a majority.
“Well, it will be a decision that is…comes to the Senate. We first have to win the majority before that can happen. But once we win the majority, God willing, everything is on the table,” Schumer mentioned.
Pelosi, although, didn’t remark instantly on the suggestion earlier Sunday, saying, “Our main goal and I think Ruth Bader Ginsburg would want that to be to protect the integrity of the election.”
“Let’s just win this election,” she mentioned. “Let’s hope that the President will see the light.”
This story has been up to date with feedback from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
Source’s Maeve Reston and Manu Raju contributed to this report.