The Hill reports that the House GOP Leadership struggle might last far beyond next week.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has the inside track to succeed John Boehner as Speaker, but could his days be numbered as well?
More than half a dozen House Republicans this week told The Hill there are serious concerns that, unless the intraparty warfare subsides, the new Speaker could become the next victim of GOP “fratricide.”
“The group can’t be led right now and we’ve got to change that,” said Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.), a former member of leadership who’s been urging colleagues to take stock of the GOP conference after Boehner’s stunning decision to call it quits at the end of October.
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