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In an interview with CNN, McCarthy stated that if Gates, R-Fla., who had requested to votes to remove him, is no longer in office, the Republicans would benefit greatly.
He also made critical remarks about Representatives Nancy Mace of South Carolina and Tim Burchett of Tennessee, who were among the 8 GOP members who sided with House Democrats in support of Gates’ proposal.
McCarthy expressed his belief that Mace and Burchett are motivated by a desire for attention and publicity, stating, “It seems like it’s out of character for them.” He also predicted a challenging re-election for Mace in 2024.
McCarthy said of Mace “If you’ve only seen her views and flopping, I don’t think she wins reelection. I don’t think she’s earned the right to be reelected,” .
The rule allowing a proposal to remove a Speaker with the consent of a majority, which McCarthy accepted in January for a vote to be held, remains intact. However, the former Speaker called his removal “personal” and argued against replacing him with the newly elected Speaker, Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La.
“I don’t think anyone can propose a vacancy for the remaining term. I think she’s safe,” McCarthy said, emphasizing his belief that there was no help in resolving significant intra-party divisions within the majority in the House.
McCarthy stated, “We’re still contemplating whether the government is going to shut down or not. We have to get ourselves right to be able to serve the people,”.
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