McCarthy still short of votes to become speaker, but emerging deal chips away at holdouts



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After four days and 13 rounds of voting, the House made some progress Friday but has still failed to elect a speaker. More than a dozen Republicans switched their votes to support Congressman Kevin McCarthy, but a handful of hard-right members refuse to back down. As Lisa Desjardins reports, McCarthy is hopeful he will soon be able to convince some of those holdouts to back his bid for speaker.

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