House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) said if he is elected as the next speaker of the House, he will expect unity among his Republican colleagues because he has does not want to make deals with Democrats.
“Let’s work as a unit and deal with the problems we see in this country as a unit, so we can stop where the Left wants to take us,” Jordan told Hannity.
BIDEN REVERSES COURSE AND BUILDS BORDER WALL WITH TRUMP FUNDING
The Ohio congressman said he believes he can help unite the Republican conference after former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy was tossed from his leadership seat earlier this week. Before any future legislation can be put forth and voted on, a new speaker must be elected.
“I feel that is important,” Jordan said of his party’s unity. “This election for speaker is about two issues: who can bring our …