Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) on Sunday dismissed Democratic calls for a compromise on the next round of COVID stimulus. Pelosi said that the calls from Democratic lawmakers to compromise with Republicans are not significant enough to push her to compromise. “Welcome to my world. That is not a lot of messages although I respect each and every one of them,” Pelosi told Jake Tapper on State of the Union. Tapper asked Pelosi about a letter sent by three Democratic governors to Pelosi and the Trump administration asking them to agree on a new stimulus package. “We implore you to put differences aside and agree to another, much-needed COVID-19 relief bill,” the governors wrote. Rep. Max Rose (D., N.Y.) also said that Democrats should accept the compromises they have reached and vote to pass the deal.