“I don’t necessarily trust what’s going to happen,” one reform advocate said.
"I made it clear that I see myself as a bridge to the next generation of leaders," the California Democrat said.
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She also pointed to her husband, President Donald Trump, saying she "sometimes" doesn't "agree with his tone and I tell him that."
"It's a gridlock scenario," one expert said. "Even if Theresa May had lost, whoever replaced her would face the same problems."