‘It’s Important We Do Unite’: Jordan Removed as Speaker Nominee, Calls for Unity


Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) failed for a third time to become House speaker on Friday, as more Republicans voted against him. He was removed as speaker nominee in a secret ballot later in the day. “We need to come together and figure out who our speaker is going to be,” Mr. Jordan told reporters after his removal. “It’s important we do unite. Let’s figure out who that individual is, get behind him, and get to work for the American people.”


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