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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., declined to talk Thursday about reports that Rep. Ruben Kihuen, D-Nev., might be reconsidering his decision to retire from Congress after allegations of sexual improprieties emerged in December.
When pressed Thursday, Pelosi told reporters that she would only comment after the Nevada Democrat makes a final decision. Pelosi came out against Kihuen and called for him to resign from Congress after multiple women alleged that he touched them inappropriately and made unwanted advances.
But she didn’t repeat that comment on Thursday when asked.
“When he makes a decision, I’ll give you a reaction to it,” Pelosi said when asked about Kihuen’s maneuvering at her weekly press conference.