Trump tells GOP suffragans to drop opposition to McCarthy Speakership
- Trump called on House GOP members to support McCarthy’s speakership.
- The former president stated that McCarthy “deserves” the chance to lead during a Brietbart interview.
- Five conservative leaders are not yet committed to McCarthy.
Donald Trump, former President, urged Republicans in the House GOP Conference to stop opposing Kevin McCarthy’s bid for speakership. He warned them that it was “a very dangerous game.”
Trump spoke with Breitbart News to say that the California Republican who has been an ally during his post-presidency deserves a chance to lead the lower house. Although Republicans were able to flip the House in midterms, they still have a slim 222-212 lead in January.
Trump said during the interview that he believed Kevin had worked hard. He deserves the shot. He’s going be strong, going to be very smart, and he’s going do what everyone wants.
“Now, a lot are against Kevin. I’m friends with them. I think that almost all of them are very inclined toward Trump, and me towards them. But I have to tell them and I have told him, you’re playing very dangerous games,” he said.
Five conservatives — Reps. Andy Biggs of Arizona, Matt Gaetz of Florida, Ralph Norman of South Carolina, Matt Rosendale of Montana, and Bob Good of Virginia — have so far continued to oppose McCarthy’s speakership.
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