BREAKING: GOP House Majority In Grave Danger After Unexpected Exit – EVOL

U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI), who announced his retirement earlier this year, has provided an update stating that he will be resigning in the coming weeks as opposed to finishing out his term. Gallagher’s abrupt exit will once again shrink the slim Republican majority in the House, which has continued to decline due to early retirements and the expulsion of Rep. George Santos (R-NY).

“After conversations with my family, I have made the decision to resign my position as a member of the House of Representatives for Wisconsin’s Eighth Congressional District, effective April 19, 2024,” Gallagher, who currently chairs the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party, announced in a press release Friday.

“I’ve worked closely with House Republican leadership on this timeline and look forward to seeing Speaker Johnson appoint a new chair to carry out the important mission of the Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party. My office will continue to operate and provide constituent services to the Eighth District for the remainder of the term,” the statement continued.

Gallagher announced his retirement in February after he faced significant backlash for voting against a motion to impeach Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The



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