Mike Johnson

The GOP leader’s evasiveness on the question reflects the glaring contradiction in his party’s stance on IVF and abortion.
The House speaker cast himself as the lone voice in a White House meeting who is fighting for Americans.
How hard is it to hold elected officials' feet to the fire, especially with social media and recorded footage of them spouting mistruths ad nauseam?
Johnson has said that life begins "from the moment of fertilization," a statement that would appear to include frozen fertilized embryos.
While a discharge petition is unlikely to succeed and is a lengthy process, it would up the political pressure on Republicans.
It is “perfection” and “prophetic,” critics wrote on social media.
"It's very unusual actually in American history to be in a situation where one man holds that kind of power who's not the president," Cheney said.
The Republican House speaker’s spin got spun into oblivion.
The Fox News host thought he was being clever.