"Regrets is not what I do": Pelosi defends her comment about AOC and "Squad"

“I have no regrets about anything,” Pelosi (D-Calif.) told reporters when asked whether she was concerned that her remarks divided the Democratic caucus and upset some liberal members. “Regrets is not what I do.”…

Pelosi defended those comments after leaving a closed-door caucus meeting where she delivered a stern warning to her party’s left to keep their criticism of fellow Democrats to themselves. She noted that it was the party’s more moderate members who delivered control of the House to Democrats and asked lawmakers to be respectful of that.

“A majority is a fragile thing,” she said, according to two people present for the remarks, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the private meeting, adding that members should show “some level of respect and sensitivity” to more moderate colleagues: “You make me the target, but don’t make our [moderates] the target in all of this, because we have important fish to fry.”