Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., explained during an exclusive interview on “Sunday Morning Futures” how she plans to fight the “radical far-left agenda of President Joe Biden and Speaker Pelosi” as House GOP Conference chair.
She argued on Sunday that “we have yet to see any bipartisan legislation coming out of the Oval Office or the House” as she suggested why she believes a change was needed in the role of House Republican Conference chair.
Stefanik made the comments two days after the House Republican Conference voted to elect her as its chairwoman, sealing the New York’s lawmaker’s ascent two days after the group ousted Rep. Liz Cheney amid strong tension over the party’s future.
Stefanik’s appointment came just days after House Republicans voted to remove Cheney, R-Wyo., from leadership.
Cheney had remained steadfast in her opposition to former President Trump and his “dangerous lies” about the 2020 election being stolen from him — putting her at odds with other House Republicans who wanted to move on from the Jan. 6 riot and unite the party to win in the 2022 midterms. Cheney was removed by a voice vote.
Speaking with host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday, Stefanik said “Republicans are unified in exposing the radical far-left agenda of President Joe Biden and Speaker Pelosi.”
“We want to focus every day on exposing the bor
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