Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
The House Speaker “didn’t just make arrangements to send me back," Omar wrote, "she went back with me."
The House speaker said Democrats are busy handling the humanitarian crisis at the border and that Trump's own party should address the E. Jean Carroll claim.
The House Speaker made her remarks after the president said he might not bother alerting the FBI if he were offered foreign dirt on his 2020 rivals.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) said he wouldn't have attacked the House speaker during a visit to commemorate the D-Day landings.
Jimmy Kimmel also asked the House Speaker if Democrats will “be ready before the year 2020?” She replied: “Yeah, we will."
The House speaker also said the president’s proposals are really designed to “make America white again."
As of Wednesday, deceptively edited footage has been circulating the internet, making the congresswoman appear drunk.
The former New York mayor shared a video that was altered to make the House speaker appear to be slurring her words.
"We have to inoculate against that, we have to be prepared for that,” the House speaker told The New York Times.
The House Speaker wrote about the aftermath of the Mueller report in a letter to her colleagues.
The House speaker said that just because others "want to accuse somebody of that doesn’t mean that we take that bait."
The House speaker said Biden should apologize, however, and understand that “people’s space is important to them.”
“She didn’t have a full appreciation of how they landed on other people where these words have a history," the House speaker said.
The Senate minority leader and House speaker desperately tried to keep straight faces as the sought not to gloat.
The House speaker responded to Trump's claim that he was the victim of "unlimited presidential harassment."
The House Speaker's "sarcasm energy" was strong at Tuesday night's State of the Union address.
“I was one of the people that was saying that Nancy Pelosi was not the right speaker going forward, that they needed leadership change."
"I’m not in the censorship business,” the House speaker said.
The newly elected House speaker asks the president to address Congress on Jan. 29.
Trump asks in a tweet, "Let's make a deal?"