Thursday, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) predicted the House would pass the coronavirus relief legislation passed by the Senate a night earlier, but he said it would come with debate first.
McCarthy told Fox News there was time wasted by Democrats but insisted tomorrow the House would act, hold a voice vote and move the legislation to President Donald Trump’s desk.
“I believe the House will pass this bill,” he said.
“It will pass, but this time, not with unanimous consent with no debate,” McCarthy continued.
“We’ll have a debate, and then we’ll have a voice vote to bring it up and move it to the president’s desk.