The Hill reports:
Opposition to House GOP Speaker nominee Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio) is crumbling as Republicans return to Washington for a House vote to try to officially elect him.
Four key lawmakers who signaled opposition to Jordan last week fell like a set of dominoes Monday, giving the Ohio Republican a significant boost ahead of an expected floor vote Tuesday.
“My gut tells me we’re somewhere south of 10 who are still being recalcitrant,” Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) told conservative radio host Erick Erickson on Monday when asked about the opposition to Jordan.
Read the full article. This morning it was reported that up to 40 GOP reps opposed Jordan, but the holdouts have fallen in line after a pressure campaign by Sean Hannity and primary threats from Jordan, his House allies, and prominent MAGA cultists.