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After her husband's accident with a "hammer" on his head: He has not returned to normal yet


Nancy Pelosi

Former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi choked on tears as she spoke about the development of her husband Paul's health after he was attacked with a "hammer" inside their home last fall, saying it could take months before he "returns to normal".

Pelosi's comments about her husband's condition came during her appearance on "Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?", broadcast on the American "CNN" network.

Of her husband, she said: "He's fine, it'll take him a while to get back to normal."

And when Nancy Pelosi was pressured by the presenter to share details of Paul's "long-term" recovery, she admitted that his recovery could take months.

"Anyone who's had a head injury knows you have to be very careful, you have to be careful about the movement, you have to be careful about the light, you have to be careful about the sound, and it's going to take some time, maybe another three or four months." According to the doctors, until he returns to normal.

And last October 28, Paul Pelosi was sitting alone in the family's home in San Francisco, when the assailant, 42-year-old David Debab, broke into the house and asked about Nancy Pelosi.

Prosecutors said Debab then hit Paul Pelosi with a hammer, before he was arrested. The alleged attacker reportedly told investigators he planned to "hold Nancy Pelosi hostage," interrogate her, and "break her knees" if he felt she was lying to him.

Paul Pelosi suffered a skull fracture and serious injuries to his right arm and hands, which required surgery.

In her televised interview, Nancy Pelosi said, clearly affected, that she feels "very sad" about what happened, "because David Debab was looking for her, and that her husband, who was not a politician, actually paid the price."

Nancy Pelosi

She is an American politician in the Democratic Party. She served as Speaker of the US House of Representatives from January 2019 to January 2023. She is the first woman in the history of the United States to hold this position. Having been first elected to Congress in 1987, Pelosi is the most senior elected woman in US history. As Speaker of the House, she is second in the presidential line of succession, immediately after the Vice President.

As of 2019, Pelosi is in her seventeenth term as a member of the House of Representatives. It represents California's 12th congressional district, which consists of four-fifths of the city and county of San Francisco. It initially represented the Fifth District (1987-1993), but when district boundaries were redrawn after the 1990 Census, it became the Eighth District (1993-2013).

She has led House Democrats since 2003, and is the first woman to lead a party in the House, serving twice as Democratic Minority Leader (2003-2007 and 2011-2019, when the Republicans held a majority) and Speaker of the House (2007-2011 and 2019-present). during periods of democratic majorities).

Pelosi was a vocal opponent of the Iraq War and also of the Bush administration's 2005 attempt to partially privatize Social Security. During her first term as president, she was instrumental in passing several important bills, including the American Health Care Act, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Don't Ask Don't Tell Repeal Act, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. 2010 tax exemption.

Pelosi lost the Speakership in January 2011, after the Democratic Party lost control of the House in the 2010 elections. However, she retained her role as House Democratic Leader, and returned to her role as House Minority Leader. In the 2018 midterm elections, the Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives. When the 116th Congress convened on January 3, 2019, Pelosi was again elected speaker, becoming the first former president to return to office since Sam Rayburn in 1955. On September 24, 2019, Pelosi announced the start of impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump. On January 10, 2020, she announced that she would end the impasse and notified the House of Representatives that she would send the articles of impeachment to the Senate the following week.

Her professional start

After moving to San Francisco, Pelosi befriended Fifth District Congressman Philip Burton and began to make her way in politics through the Democratic Party. In 1976, she was elected to the Democratic National Committee from California, a position she held until 1996. She was elected to the caucus seat from Northern California in January 1977, and four years later, she was chosen to chair the California Democratic Party, where she remained until 1983. Pelosi subsequently served as chair of the San Francisco National Convention Host Committee in 1984, and then as finance chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee from 1985 to 1986.

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