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House could fail to name Speaker in first vote for first time in 100 years

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In the House, for the first time in a hundred years, it seems unlikely that a Speaker will be named in the first vote on Jan. 3, because Kevin McCarthy appears to be coming up short on the votes among his own caucus. This, even after conceding to his naysayers and making it easier for them to oust him if they do not like the job he is doing. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.