January 07 2023

ICYMI: Trump Finalizes Speaker Deal

Following fifteen rounds of votes, Kevin McCarthy was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives of the 118th Congress. Crucial concessions ensured that the American People are running the People’s House.

In the minutes following the vote, conservative insiders took to Twitter to reveal that President Trump played a key role in finalizing this deal.

Trump closed the deal tonight.

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 7, 2023

Heard from multiple sources that it was Trump’s calls that sealed the deal.

— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) January 7, 2023

Speaker McCarthy thanked President Trump for his support, adding that "I don't think anybody should doubt his influence."

Additionally, multiple members of the newly-sworn in 118th Congress made it clear that President Trump played the crucial role in this process since the beginning of December and up until the final hours of the vote.

Rep. Jim Jordan: “This doesn’t get done without the support and leadership of President Trump.”

Rep. Byron Donalds: “[Trump] has played a good part in this.”

After two years of humiliation and economic hardship inflicted by the Biden administration, the American People voted to hold the Washington D.C. machine accountable. While the Democrats marched in lockstep, Republican members-elect remained unafraid to voice the concerns of their constituents.

As a result of this healthy democratic process, not only is the Republican Party stronger, but the American People have their voice back in Congress.

"The 'Speaker' selection process," President Trump stated, "as crazy as it may seem, has made it all much bigger and more important than if done the more conventional way."

President Trump’s leadership once again succeeded in ensuring that the concerns of the American people are not forgotten.

President Trump’s “role was huge” in finalizing this deal, according to Marjorie Taylor Greene.

“America is truly about to see the most conservative Republican Speaker of the House that they have seen in decades,” Greene concluded.

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