The GOP Speaker Drama Continues: Tom Emmer’s Shocking Exit

Majority Whip Tom Emmer (R-Min.) has become the third GOP speaker-designate in a row to withdraw from the race, facing strong resistance from a small faction within his party. Without a speaker, the House has been largely paralyzed for three weeks. At 62, Mr. Emmer secured a win in the intra-conference nominating contest with a vote of 117-97 on Oct. 24. However, a subsequent confirming vote exposed that approximately 25 Republicans were not in support …

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Can Jordan Get The Votes? Two Possible Scenarios For Electing The Next Speaker

Republican Ohio Representative Jim Jordan plans to call for a vote on his quest for speaker on the House floor on Tuesday, according to a source who spoke to Fox News about the situation. The source noted that most members will be back at the Capitol on Tuesday, making it an ideal day for a floor vote by the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, who on Friday won the nomination for speakership in a vote …

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From Wrestling Rings to Speaker’s Chair? Trump’s Unexpected Pick for House Leadership

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has received an official endorsement from former President Donald Trump for the position of Speaker of the House. This endorsement comes ahead of the lawmakers’ return to the Capitol next week. Jordan, who currently heads the House Judiciary Committee and is the founder of the House Freedom Caucus, is perceived as a favorite for the role by several House Republicans. This reaction comes after Kevin McCarthy was removed as Speaker. Jordan …

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Jim Jordan Accuses Jack Smith’s Office of Bribing a Trump Employee, Demands Records of Meeting That Led to the Indictment

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan has requested that the Biden Administration reveal information regarding a meeting that occurred between an FBI agent, White House representatives, and Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office two months before the indictment of former President Donald Trump in the case involving classified documents. Jordan wrote to Attorney General Merrick Garland and White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients, expressing concerns about a potential collaboration between the Department of Justice and …

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Democrats in Denial: Did Joe Biden’s Weather Talk Hide More Sinister Dealings?

Jim Jordan, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said that a bombshell note written by then-Vice President Joe Biden to his son’s then-business partner Devon Archer in 2011 constitutes compelling proof that the current president has not been forthright in his denials of the allegations. Journalist Martha MacCallum read from the memo the New York Post received on Thursday that Joe Biden expressed regret at missing an opportunity to meet with Archer at an event at …

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The House Judiciary Committee Has Been Given The Go-Ahead To Depose A Former New York Prosecutor In The Trump Case.

The public will soon learn more about New York’s decision to arrest former President Donald Trump in the Stormy Daniels case. Despite Alvin Bragg’s prior efforts to prevent House Republicans from meeting with his predecessor, former prosecutor Mark Pomerantz, the Manhattan District Attorney appears to be reading the room on this subject and has reached an arrangement with Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).