We'll talk about 25th Amendment tomorrow: Pelosi

"Come here tomorrow we're gonna be talking about the 25th Amendment, but not to take attention away from the subject we have now," Pelosi said.

The 25th Amendment's Section 4 offers a path to stripping a president of power if, for instance, his Cabinet believes he has become incapacitated, but this has never been invoked.

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- --what your prospects are at this moment?

NANCY PELOSI: Well, I don't know what the prospects are when we hear people saying, I'm young and I'm a perfect-- perfect specimen, instead of addressing the fact that, what, 50,000 people were infected-- reported to be infected yesterday. Nearly 1,000 people died.

What are we talking about here? Tomorrow, by the way-- tomorrow-- come here tomorrow. We're going to be talking about the 25th Amendment. But not to take attention away from the subject we have now.

- Do you think it's time to invoke the 25th Amendment?

NANCY PELOSI: I'll talk to you about that tomorrow.

- [? What ?] [? do ?] [? you mean? ?]

NANCY PELOSI: I'll talk to you about it tomorrow. I'm not talking about it today, except to tell you, if you want tell about that, we'll see you tomorrow. But you take me back to my point. Mr. President, when was the last time you had a negative test before you tested positive? Why is the White House not telling the country that important fact about how this spread into-- made a hot spot of the-- of the White House? Thank you all very much. Thank you.