The Ohio legislator who has gone through years battling with heads of his own party could wind up in a place that puts him second in line for the administration.
Jordan has been getting support from his kindred conservatives, however on Tuesday morning actually seemed, by all accounts, to be shy of the 217 votes he would have to win the work.
"I felt great strolling into the gathering; I feel far better now," Jordan, 59, told journalists subsequent to meeting with House conservatives for two hours on Monday night.
Since Kevin McCarthy was expelled as speaker by a little gathering of his kindred conservatives on Oct.
3, party infighting has gone out unfit to address dire worries like help for Israel and Ukraine and subsidizing for the U.S. government.