'Money Talks': Tomi Says Dems Will 'Fall in Line' With 'Chief Fundraiser' Pelosi
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren said Saturday that Democrats who oppose the nomination of Rep. Nancy Pelosi as House Speaker will eventually "fall in line."
Pelosi (D-Calif.), who served as Speaker from 2007 to 2011, has seen a growing number of Democrats oppose her bid for the speakership.
At least 17 House Democrats, including incumbents and incoming members, have signed on to a document saying they will not support her.
Lahren said on Fox & Friends that she's "confident" Pelosi will be the next House Speaker.
"She talks about being a chief legislator. What she really is, is a chief fundraiser," Lahren said.
Pelosi has repeatedly referred to herself as a "master legislator" and has said she has the support of her caucus.
"At the end of the day, money talks," Lahren said. "I'm pretty confident that she's going to be the next Speaker. And guess what? That's good for us on the Republican side because the more Nancy talks, the more we're excited about 2020."
President Trump has also said that he'd "help" Pelosi "if she needed some votes."
"I will perform a wonderful service for her," he said. "I like her. Can you believe it? I like Nancy Pelosi."
Lahren added that Democrats don't have a voice or vision for the future of their party.
"What is their vision?" she said. "Because I still haven't heard it. All it is is anti-Trump and 'raise your taxes.' That's not really a vision."