Pelosi's silent treatment shows breaks with Obama

Lillis, Mike
October 2011
Hill;10/20/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 144, p1
The article reports on the silent tactics of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in disagreeing with the U.S. President Barack Obama and in taking points to attack the Republican Party (GOP).


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