G. McConway
November 22, 2022

McCarthy Sidesteps Supporting Trump in 2024

Of all people to back away from Trump, I never thought it would be Kevin McCarthy.

He has had his nose buried so far up Trump’s behind, begging for forgiveness after he got caught on tape slamming Trump for January 6, and now he does this.

When asked if he would support Trump for president in 2024, McCarthy sidestepped the question and tried to laugh it off.

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Trump has already backed McCarthy for the House Speaker position.

Yet, when McCarthy was asked if he would be backing Trump, he responded, “You guys are crazy.”

He immediately deflected, adding, “I thought he gave a great speech.”

He was, of course, referring to the speech that Trump gave from Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday night.

McCarthy was challenged for the Speaker position, and he is far from being out to the woods on this front just yet.

Dozens of GOP House members have said they will not vote for McCarthy.

That is a problem when you consider how thin the margin for the majority is right now.

If Dems all stay on the same page and a few Republicans get cute and vote for Jeffries, we could have a Republican majority with a Democrat speaker.

Currently, the GOP has 219 seats, the Dems have 212 seats, and there are still four seats outstanding.

Even if the GOP wins the remaining four, which they will not do, it would only take six Republicans to vote for Jeffries to hand over the gavel.

Now, can you imagine any greater embarrassment for the Republican Party than to have won the majority but lose the Speaker?

We begged Congress for a change in leadership, and they did not listen.

We wanted McConnell out and we wanted someone else as the Speaker, yet here we are, with all the same names atop the power structure.

So, what is going to be different in 2024?

Source: New York Post

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