AOC floats 'coalition government' after McCarthy fails to win House speaker vote

AOC floats 'coalition government' after McCarthy fails to win House speaker vote

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, floated the idea of running a "coalition government" on Wednesday after Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., failed three times to secure enough votes to become speaker.

Ocasio-Cortez, a far-left progressive, raised the possibility that Republican leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., may have to enter into negotiations with Democrats after he failed to win the majority vote needed to become speaker.

"I do not believe that Kevin McCarthy has the votes. I believe that a lot of the opposition to him is very personal. I believe his leadership style is incompatible with a lot of Republican members and certainly the Democratic Caucus." Ocasio-Cortez said on MSNBC Tuesday night.

"So the question is, is there anyone in their caucus that can build that consensus? If there isn't, McCarthy's team may have to come to the Democratic Party? And, if that's the case, then what would that even look like. It's rather unprecedented? Could it result in a potential coalition government?" she posited.

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