WATCH: Pelosi tells reporter having a smaller House majority won’t make her compromise more

Friday, during a press event, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked by a reporter “How does the smaller majority, how does that affect your legislative approach? Are you going to have to compromise more? Are there bills that you’re….”

Pelosi didn’t even wait for the reporter to finish when she cut in and said “no.”

Pelosi then continued “No, not at all. We have a president of the United States. Remember, we’ve got to have the opportunity to have bills signed into law. I’m very proud of our caucus because we’re beautifully diverse. As I always say, it is a…our diversity is our strength, our unity is our power. And our unity springs from our commitment to America’s working families.”

She added “And that is what we’ll be talking about, as I mentioned, putting together a jobs bill that involves building the infrastructure of America in a green…resilient and green way, doing so in a bipartisan way, doing so so that everybody in our country benefits, both with jobs, with workforce development, and with services, schools, etc., housing in their areas. So, it won’t have that much effect at all, no.”