The halls of the U.S. House of Representatives are quiet as the chamber takes a recess following a significant development in Republican leadership. Majority Leader Steve Scalise has been chosen as the party's nominee for the position of speaker. While this marks a pivotal step in the GOP's internal process, uncertainties loom over the timeline for a floor vote and whether Scalise can secure a majority vote from the full House to officially assume the role of speaker.
In a move that signals a potential shift in the Republican leadership landscape, Majority Leader Steve Scalise has been. . .