"I certainly hope so," Pelosi told reporters Wednesday when asked about her drug pricing bill.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
On Tuesday, Pelosi announced that the House would begin impeachment proceedings amid concerns about the president's efforts to push Ukraine to investigate the family of 2020 candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden.
A week before, Pelosi had unveiled a long-anticipated plan to lower the price of prescription drugs.
The main thrust of the plan, which Pelosi had been working on for months, would allow Medicare to negotiate lower prices on as many as 250 of the most expensive drugs per year and apply those discounts to private health plans across the U.S.
During a press conference, Pelosi said she hoped Trump would support the bill. The president later indicated support for her bill in a Sept. 19 tweet. The bill would need to pass not only the House but the Republican-controlled Senate and be signed by Trump.
High prescription drug costs have become a rare bipartisan issue, with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle demanding changes. Congress and the Trump administration are trying to pass legislation before the end of the year that would bring more transparency to health-care costs and, ultimately, lower costs for consumers.