The clerk will report the title the U.S House of Representatives on Monday passed a rules package with key concessions to a faction of right-wing hardliners who’s holding out against Republican Kevin McCarthy triggered a dramatic and lengthy fight for him to become speaker Monday’s final tally was a near party line vote 220 to 213 to.
Approve the package only Republican lawmaker Tony Gonzalez joined all 212 Democrats in opposing the package while another Republican did not vote one of the key rules McCarthy had agreed to to become speaker was one that allows a single lawmaker to call for his removal at any time Texas representative chip Roy was among the Republican Rebels.
But flipped to help negotiate the agreement he praised the new one-member threshold to vacate the speaker’s chair I could walk down right there Into the Wild right now because that’s the precedent that’s what we’re operating under because that goes back to Jefferson.
The whole point here is trying to ensure that we’re continuing the great history of the people’s house of the changes included new restrictions on federal spending potentially limiting McCarthy’s ability to negotiate Government funding packages with President Joe Biden a cap on government spending at 2022 levels and the creation of a committee to probe.
The justice department Democrats denounced the legislation as a rules package for Maga extremists the full extensive concessions from McCarthy has not been made public leading to Representatives such as Jim McGovern questioning if lawmakers would ever find out what McCarthy had privately promised far-right’s Republicans again days and.
Days and 15 roll call votes and the reporting by multiple sources to tell us that there is this signed agreement with the house Freedom caucus that deals with some of the most controversial concessions don’t come up don’t come to the floor and talk about transparency and openness and a new day this is backroom politics that’s what this is.
About secret deals that no one’s going to know anything about until it’s too late Republicans want Fearless seats than expected in November’s midterm elections which Amplified the hotline as power and worsened divisions within the GOP lawmakers now face critical tasks in the year ahead including addressing the federal government’s 31.4 trillion.
Dollar debt limit failure to do that or even the gridlock in Congress would shake the global economy