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Pelosi Spoke With Trump About How They Can Work Together

By Thomas McKinless

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Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who will likely become speaker of the House when the Democrats take the majority in the next Congress, said she spoke on the phone with President Donald Trump following Tuesday’s Democratic gains. “Last night I had a conversation with President Trump about how we could work together,” Pelosi said Wednesday, noting that an infrastructure package may be a focus. “That issue has not been a partisan issue,” she said. Pelosi also said she received a congratulatory call from retiring Speaker Paul D. Ryan, who lamented some of the House losses on the GOP side.

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