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Nancy Pelosi on Running Against a 'Culture of Corruption,' Challenges to Her Leadership, and Dark Chocolate

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House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, with KQED Political Breakdown hosts Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos. (Samantha Shanahan/KQED)

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi talks with Scott and Marisa about this week’s indictment of San Diego Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter and the legal troubles of President Trump’s allies, learning to have thick skin in politics, her faith, how parenting prepared her for keeping a caucus unified, and her outlook on California’s competitive congressional seats.


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