U.S. President Joe Biden praised Pelosi as the most important speaker in U.S. history.

Facing the House of Representatives controlled by the Republican Party, it will be more difficult for the important policies of the White House to leave the hall of Congress.

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(Central News Agency) After losing the majority of seats in the House of Representatives, the Speaker of the US House of Representatives Pelosi will continue to serve in the House of Representatives, but will step down as the leader of the Democratic Party.

U.S. President Joe Biden praised her as the most important speaker in U.S. history.

Facing the House of Representatives controlled by the Republican Party, it will be more difficult for the important policies of the White House to leave the hall of Congress.

Nancy Pelosi, the two-time speaker of the House of Representatives, announced today that she will step down as the Democratic leader when Republicans take control of the House of Representatives in January next year after Republicans narrowly took back the House.

"In the next Congress, I will not be seeking re-election as Democratic leader. It's time for a new generation to lead the Democratic caucus," she said.

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Joe Biden spoke to Pelosi immediately and issued a statement praising her as the most important Speaker of the House of Representatives in the history of the United States, "We owe him a deep gratitude for her service, her patriotism, and most importantly It is her absolute dignity".

Although Pelosi will resign as the core leader of the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives, she will never give up defending the sacred democracy.

Although there are still some seats that have not yet been opened in the mid-term elections in the United States, the Republican Party is sure to win more than half of the seats and regain the House of Representatives. Earlier, the Democrats won at least 51 seats to retain their majority in the Senate. The control of different political parties means that the Republican Party has more ability to guide the agenda of Congress, and it also means that the White House will spend more time wrestling with Congress in the future.

On the evening of the 16th, after confirming that the Republican Party had won the majority in the House of Representatives, Biden immediately called the Republican House leader to congratulate the Republican Party on its performance in the reelection of the Federal House of Representatives, and also expressed his willingness to cooperate with the Republican Party to serve the American people wishes.

Although the White House expresses goodwill, the dislocation of the House of Representatives will make it more difficult for the Biden administration to promote major policies in Congress. Policies such as the debt ceiling, public spending, and Ukraine aid may be reversed. Impeach Biden and launch an investigation into his family.