The House Speaker shattered the “marble ceiling” to become the first woman Speaker—twice. She’s been a crucial part of liberal legislative victories from the Affordable Care Act to allowing gay people to serve openly in the military. She’s repeatedly confronted President Trump, from calling him a liar to his face to leading the impeachment process to ripping up his State of the Union, and she seems to get under his skin in a way few other political opponents have managed to do. This look at her life and career, by the author of the new New York Times bestselling biography PELOSI, will shed light on her methods and motivations.