House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is still getting backlash over her infamous "crumbs" remark.
In January, Pelosi was widely criticized for saying that the savings from the Republican tax cuts and companies' bonuses to workers amount to mere "crumbs" for the middle class.
On Tuesday, a Georgetown University student asked the Democratic leader if she still thought "crumbs" was a good way to describe benefits resulting from the tax law.
"As the son of small business owners, I know that it’s helped my parents hire more employees. It’s helped us pay off our mortgage, helped put me through college," the student said. "Would you still refer to the effects of this tax plan on average Americans as 'crumbs?'"