House of Cards: GOP’s Game of Thrones Continues



In a significant political move, the GOP has nominated Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise to take on the role of House Speaker, but the road there is proving tumultuous. The decision follows the unexpected ousting of the former House Speaker, Rep. Kevin McCarthy.

Scalise, who some see as a hero for surviving a 2017 shooting at a congressional baseball practice, is now tasked with uniting a fractured Republican Party. The tension is palpable, as just 10 months after the GOP took power with visions of unity, deep divisions have emerged.

Scalise himself acknowledged the challenging path ahead, stating that there’s considerable work ahead for the GOP. A pressing issue is whether supporters of Rep. Jim Jordan, a favored candidate of former President Donald Trump, will throw their weight behind Scalise during the all-important full House vote.

The political theater continues as Democrats stand poised to counter by nominating New York Rep. Hakeem Jeffries for the role.

As the GOP navigates its identity crisis and determines its path forward, the overarching question is: Can Scalise bring cohesion to the House and provide the leadership required in this volatile political climate?

Click play to listen to the report from AURN White House Correspondent Ebony McMorris. For more news, follow @E_N_McMorris & @aurnonline.

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