North Carolina Republican Dan Bishop, who is one of the 20 House Republicans opposing GOP leader Kevin McCarthy's candidacy for speaker, said he will resign if the House does not make institutional changes demanded by the holdouts.
As someone who is "older than the average bear" and "not going to stay up here for decades," Bishop told Roll Call he has no qualms about adopting a "never Kevin" position in the ongoing leadership fight. Chris Pandolfo is a writer for Fox News Digital. Send tips to email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @ChrisCPandolfo.
Such is the opposition the majority of the Republican conference faces as they struggle to find 218 votes for the next House Speaker. McCarthy can only afford to lose four votes in his quest for the speaker's gavel and not even the urging of former President Donald Trump for Republicans to rally behind him was enough to change minds.