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SOURCE: http://thehill.com/homenews/house/432968-new-cracks-emerge-in-dem-unity
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Summary

House Democrats are showing more cracks in their united front just two months into the new Congress.Leaders are scrambling to contain high-profile rifts between liberals and centrists on everything from the Green New Deal and “Medicare for all,” to the handling of controversial remarks by Rep. Ilhan OmarIlhan OmarThe 2020 candidates who are defending Omar Warren defends Omar from threats of violence over comments on Israel Dems under fire put brakes on Omar resolution MORE (D-Minn.) and the impeachment of President TrumpDonald John TrumpCohen directed attorney to seek possible Trump pardon following FBI raid: report DOJ taps former Mueller prosecutor to run foreign lobbying unit Giuliani says lawyers have approached him seeking Trump's pardon: NY Times MORE.Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy Patricia D'Alesandro PelosiDems under fire put brakes on Omar resolution Hillicon Valley: Dems renew fight over net neutrality | Zuckerberg vows more 'privacy-focused' Facebook | House Dems focus on diversity in Silicon Valley | FBI chief warns of new disinformation campaigns Alaskan becomes longest serving Republican in House history MORE (D-Calif.) has built a hard-earned reputation for coalescing her caucus around shared Democratic values and keeping her troops in line on even the most controversial legislative proposals.And in the early weeks of the 116th Congress, Democrats held together through a long, high-stakes shutdown debate, forcing Trump to abandon his demands for border wall funding. But Pelosi may be dealing with her toughest challenge yet in governing a caucus that is tilting to the left and includes many new members impatient to take action against Trump — but that also has dozens of moderate members who just won victories in Trump districts.Some members of Pelosi’s team brush off the recent flare-ups as a natural part of governing a majority — particularly the most diverse House caucus in history.“I just think that we lose too many battles up here arguing over the stuff that’s kind of silly to argue over,” Rep. James Clyburn (S.C.), the Democratic whip and a prominent member of the Congressional Black Caucus, said during an interview in his office in the Capitol.

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