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Speaker of the House Nomination: Scalise Defeats Jordan

Speaker of the House Nomination: Scalise Defeats Jordan

( – To choose their candidate to replace Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as House speaker, the House GOP is holding a meeting.

On October 3, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) filed a move to vacate, which eight Republicans and all Democrats approved.

This file motion led to Mr. McCarthy’s removal from office.

House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-La.) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) are the contenders for speaker.

Following a closed-door forum yesterday night, neither candidate became the front-runner.

The Speaker fight occurs amid Hamas strikes on Israel, which has declared war on the terrorist group designated by the United States.

Most Republicans have wanted to avoid another January fiasco. Still, with entrenched supporters of both Jordan and McCarthy — and maybe others dissatisfied with the process or holding other grudges — an immediate floor vote appears nearly sure to put an end to the bumpy road Republicans took just nine months ago to nominate McCarthy.

Rushing the vote to the floor without enough support to win, Scalise is happy to continue stoking Republican divisions and relying on pressure from the mainstream media to oust his opponents to win the nomination.

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