SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE MAKES BIG ENDORSEMENT FOR 2024: ‘I’M ALL IN FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP’
In an interview with CNBC on “Squawk Box,” Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, R-La., declared that he was “all in for President Trump” and predicted that the Republican nominee for president in 2024 will be Trump.
He explained, “I have endorsed him wholeheartedly. Look, I was one of the closest allies that President Trump had in Congress. He had a phenomenal first term…I’m all in for President Trump. I expect he’ll be our nominee…and he’s going to win it, and we HAVE to make Biden a one-term president.”
Following a bitter internal battle among Republican members of Congress, Speaker Johnson emerged victorious in the House of Representatives, unseating former Speaker Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.
Up until he was chosen to be the next Speaker, Johnson largely avoided the public eye. Since then, conservatives throughout the country have questioned whether Speaker Johnson would be more or less supportive of MAGA than McCarthy was.
Johnson announced his plans to head the House and reaffirmed his unwavering support for Israel, the Second Amendment, and the pro-life cause in his first major interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News.
Along with voicing his support for the House Republicans’ ongoing probe into Joe Biden’s purported misconduct, Johnson has spent months examining records pertaining to himself and his family’s purported payments from foreign business contacts.
Speaker Johnson recently stated on X, “They are following the truth where it leads, and they have my full support as they continue the impeachment inquiry into President Biden,” in reference to the continuing investigation into Joe Biden’s impeachment.
Republican House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, reportedly told the New York Post that Republicans will determine in 2024 whether to proceed with the impeachment process based on the evidence.