– “The relationship with Paul (Ryan) is entirely different than it was with Speaker Boehner. I don’t think Speaker Boehner ever understood the Tea Party movement, I don’t think he really understood what really happened in 2010, and I don’t think he understood that there was this whole wave of members in Congress who are very different than they had been in the past.”
– Boehner was a “very top-down type of manager manager” and a “twentieth century manager in a twenty-first century world.”
– “If there was someone as difficult to deal with from a conservative’s perspective as Boehner, it’s Reid. My understanding is — as different as Mr. Schumer and I might be on the issues, it is possible to work with him.”
– “There’s some data that suggests that if Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, New York is in play. And if the Republican nominee can win New York, that entirely changes the electoral map.”
– “I think members of Congress win or lose their election based on what they are doing in their district, so I don’t think it (the Presidential candidates) is going to have a big effect.”
About Congressman John Michael Mulvaney
Congressman John Michael “Mick” Mulvaney the U.S. Representative for South Carolina’s 5th congressional district since 2011. Mulvaney was elected in the 2010 “Tea Party” wave. He is a member of the Republican Party. He is the first Republican to represent South Carolina’s 5th district since 1883. He is a founding member of the House Freedom Caucus. Prior to running for Congress, Mulvaney was elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives in 2006, becoming the first Republican ever elected to that position in his district. In 2008, in a special election, Mulvaney was elected to the South Carolina Senate. This campaign was widely regarded to be the hardest fought legislative race in South Carolina that year. Mulvaney endorsed Rand Paul in the 2016 race for president of the United States. He currently serves on the House Financial Services Committee and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
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