This article first appeared in Townhall.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) addressed the topic of a litmus test for the Democratic party on the issue of abortion Tuesday while answering questions from students at Georgetown University. Pelosi not only said that she did not support a litmus test, she also pointed out that Democrats have pro-life voters, and that a primary reason Trump won with people of faith was the abortion issue.
“Do you believe that the Democratic party should have litmus tests for its candidates for public office?” a student asked.
“I always tell our candidates your job description and your job title are one and the same: representative,” she replied, pointing out that pro-life Democrats are representing pro-life Democratic voters.
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