GOP Caucus Picks McCarthy for Full Term as Majority Leader
The House Republican Conference Thursday gave Kevin McCarthy a full term as majority leader for the 114th Congress.
McCarthy took over for Eric Cantor after the former leader retired this summer, after losing a GOP primary race.
The California Republican was elected by voice vote and members reported the decision was unanimous. Related:
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