John­son dis­cuss­es prob­lem law­mak­ers and Biden pol­i­cy in first inter­view since becom­ing speak­er

Johnson discusses problem lawmakers and Biden policy in first interview since becoming speaker

House Speak­er Mike John­son (R‑LA) dis­cussed prob­lem­at­ic rep­re­sen­ta­tives and his qualms with the Biden admin­is­tra­tion in his first inter­view since tak­ing the posi­tion.
In an inter­view with Fox News’s Sean Han­ni­ty, John­son avoid­ed talk­ing about cen­sur­ing or expelling rep­re­sen­ta­tives such as Reps. George San­tos (R‑NY) or Rashi­da Tlaib (D‑MI), point­ing out the pre­car­i­ous posi­tion Con­gress is in.
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“We’re work­ing through those issues. … Here’s the real­i­ty, Sean: We have a four-seat major­i­ty in the House,” John­son respond­ed when asked about cen­sur­ing.
“It is pos­si­ble that num­ber may be reduced even more in the com­ing weeks and months. And so we’ll have what may be the most razor-thin major­i­ty in the his­to­ry of the Con­gress. We have no mar­gin for error. And so George San­tos is due process, right? … And we have to allow due process to play itself out. That’s what our sys­tem of jus­tice is for,” he said.

On his first full day on the job, Speak­er of the House Mike John­son (R‑LA) makes a state­ment to reporters about …