House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi visited Current TV's "The War Room" on Tuesday to talk about, as host Jennifer Granholm put it, how Democrats can "get their mojo back."
"Thank you so much for coming to give us some salve for our battered souls," joked Granholm before asking, "how bad is it?"
But the Minority Leader shooed away Granholm's pessimism. "We don't agonize; we organize," she replied.
Pelosi noted that the president still holds a lead in the polls, and that his lead is even stronger when all registered voters are included.
"For example, in Ohio it's four points among likely voters. It's ten points among registered voters," she explained. "So we have to make some of those registered voters likely voters."
"Everybody has to take personal responsibility," she continued. "If there's anything that came out of the debate it was to say that we all have to do everything in our power to make sure the President wins, that the Senate holds and perhaps grows in numbers, and that we win the House."
Granholm then asked about Mitt Romney's promise to meet with leaders of the Democratic Caucus to forge compromises if elected. "Is there anything he's said to lead you to believe that would be a successful outreach?"
"Well every President should do that," Pelosi replied. "All of us have a responsibility to sit down together."
"But this is a realm of speculation that is so remote. The president is going to win," she promised. "Four weeks from today we will have the election. Four weeks from tomorrow morning we want to have no regrets."
Watch Nancy Pelosi and Jennifer Granholm on The War Room in our exclusive clip below: