Pelosi continues to rip tax reform

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"I would hope that with their big advantage of bringing money home at a very low rate that they would invest in infrastructure and things, but our experience has been that they will do dividends, do stock buybacks and things like that", she continued.

The Democratic Party has "great diversity" she went on to argue.

'That comment is offensive.

"The five white guys, I call them", Pelosi said during her weekly news conference on Capitol Hill, referring to White House chief of staff John Kelly, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer.

Asked about whether she and fellow Democrats are willing to admit that it's good news that some firms are able to provide new benefits to employees thanks to the GOP tax package, Pelosi had nothing nice to say.

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In her "Angle" commentary, Ingraham blasted the "elitist" sentiments expressed by Pelosi, pointing to Waste Management giving $2,000 bonuses to about 34,000 workers.

Hoyer quickly fired back at Pelosi, telling Politico in a statement, "That comment is offensive". "It's not a question of who's there, but who's not there".

'The sensitivity even on the wording is really important [and] for people who are engaged in these issues to be there at the table.

"Leader Pelosi has every confidence in the leadership of Whip Hoyer and Sen".

Pelosi also suggested that the five are attempting to delay a deal given that their talks were held separately from those of a bipartisan group of six senators whose compromise proposal Trump rejected Thursday.

Trump later denied he use the racist word but admitted to using "tough" language in the meeting with lawmakers.

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