Nancy Pelosi reversed course, saying she's open to banning lawmakers from stock trading.
"If members want to do that, I'm okay with that," she said, emphasizing the "trust" she has in members.
She also called for more disclosure at the Supreme Court, saying she doesn't want the court "let off the hook.".
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaled on Thursday that she was open to considering proposals to ban stock trading by members of Congress, reversing course from a position she took last month.
Pelosi's remarks came just hours after former President Donald Trump chided Pelosi for frequent stock trades made by her husband, investor Paul Pelosi.
Pelosi's newfound openness to changing the rules around stock ownership follows a flood of stock trade ban proposals, including from Democratic Sens.
The vast majority of Americans — conservative, moderate, and liberal alike — support a ban on members of Congress trading stocks, several recent polls have indicated. »