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    Rep. Turner: McCarthy has ‘broad and overwhelming support’ among Republicans, ‘I’d bet on Kevin’

  • Republican Rep. Bice: ‘Matt Gaetz wants to wreak havoc and chaos within the Republican Party’

  • Rep. Quigley: ‘I don’t think’ McCarthy will ‘get any help’ from Democrats, ‘this is their Civil War’

  • GOP Rep. Bice: Gaetz has made the American people ‘pawns in his narcissistic game’

  • Rep. Armstrong: McCarthy has support from ‘vast majority’ of House GOP, motion to vacate is ‘silly’

  • Rep. Landsman: Matt Gaetz is a ‘conflict entrepreneur’ when ‘the vast majority of us want to govern’

  • NY civil fraud suit ‘cuts to the heart’ of Trump’s worth, which was ‘under question’ for decades

  • Rep. Gaetz continues to tease he will file a motion to oust Speaker McCarthy

  • Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi: Sen. Dianne Feinstein ‘left us the way she lived: on her own terms’

  • Sen. Chris Murphy: Sen. Dianne Feinstein ‘singularly’ kept the ‘anti-gun violence movement’ alive

  • Fmr. Rep. Upton: ‘The only way you’re going to keep the government open’ is with a ‘bipartisan’ deal

  • Rep. Good: Republicans have the ‘opportunity’ to hold White House, Senate ‘accountable’ for spending

  • Political analysts say GOP debate was ‘an absolute crap show,’ with ‘no joy’ and ‘negative populism’

  • Rep. Goldman: Republicans are holding a ‘sham impeachment’ while ‘barreling’ toward a shutdown

  • Sen. Bob Menendez and his wife are represented by different law firms, counsel in bribery case

  • Second GOP debate ‘a big night for each of the candidates but likely not a big night for the race.’

  • The ‘businesslike’ release of Travis King is ‘not what we would normally expect of North Korea’

  • Rep. Dingell: President Biden ‘standing up for’ UAW strikers by ‘going directly’ to them in MI

  • Cuts to Ukraine will ‘absolutely’ harm war effort, shutdown is a ‘horrible blow’ for U.S. military

  • ‘I don't know what happened, but I know Senator Menendez was in that room’ for Egypt funding bill


Rep. Debbie Dingell: UAW potential strike is ‘crossroads for the industry and its future’


The nation’s auto industry is set to go on a potential strike at midnight if United Auto Workers and Detroit’s biggest carmakers do not strike a deal with manufacturing companies. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the key demands of autoworkers and the salary discrepancies between upper management and employees. “I've seen many negotiations and I have seen things break and those last 11 hours. But in my lifetime, this is probably the most serious negotiation I've seen. It's a crossroads for the industry and its future,” Dingell says. “Too many people want to make this an either or, we're going to worry about the environment or we're going to worry about workers and we can't do both. Well, the rubber is hitting the road right now. And this is where we have to do both.”