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Pelosi Is Playing Hardball on Coronavirus Relief. She Thinks She’ll Win.

NYTimes.com Saturday, 8 August 2020
Emboldened by Republican divisions and a favorable political landscape, the speaker is refusing to agree to a narrow relief measure, unbothered by charges that she is an impediment to a deal.
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