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Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Lied: He DID, In Fact, Say He Would Ask Trump To Resign

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The course of U.S. history would've changed had the recorder of this conversation released it a year ago. (Image via video still) Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was caught on audio saying, on January 10, that he planned to ask Trump to resign over the January 6 insurrection that Trump fueled.

This call was January 10, 2021. It is incredible how quickly top Republicans went from secretly planning to get rid of Trump — because it was the right thing to do — to realizing the political environment was such that they could simply let it ride and would glean benefits and take no hits over Trump's plot to toss out a fair election's results.

Caught red-handed consorting with Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) on this call, McCarthy will now never, ever be Speaker of the House if Republicans retake that body.

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