In Monday’s appearance on “The View,” Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) expressed her dissatisfaction with Speaker Kevin McCarthy, stating that he failed to uphold promises made to her.
The discussion revolved around the potential removal of McCarthy from his role as Speaker, a move initiated by Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) as a consequence of McCarthy’s collaboration with Democrats on the spending bill.
When asked about Gaetz’s plan to vote for McCarthy’s removal, Mace revealed, “I think there are about a dozen or so Republicans that will support the motion to vacate.” She further speculated that McCarthy might garner support from Democrats to retain his position.
“I was made promises by the Speaker that have not been kept,” Mace said as she vented her frustration. “When I look you in the eye and I shake your hand and I make a promise, I expect you to keep it too.”
“But would you support the move into vacancy?” asked Ana Navarro.
“I haven’t decided yet what I’m going to do. You know, we’ll see,” Mace responded.
Mace’s sentiments reflect the growing internal tensions within the GOP, as well as the challenges faced by its leadership. Earlier today, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) voiced