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Kevin McCarthy, minority chairman of the House of Representatives, speaks during his weekly press conference at the U.S. Capitol on April 22, Drew Angerer / Getty Images
Kevin McCarthy, minority chairman of the House of Representatives, said his GOP caucus had concerns about the “ability” of Republican House Conference Chair Liz Cheney to exercise leadership on Tuesday, on charges against former President Donald Trump.
“There are no concerns about how she voted on impeachment. That decision was made, ”said McCarthy (R-Calif.) In an interview with Fox & Friends.
“I’ve heard from members who are concerned about their ability to carry out the work of conference chair and carry the message,” he said. “We all have to work together if we can win the majority. Remember, majorities aren’t given, they’re earned. And this is about the message to keep going. “