After they spoke, there’s no deal between Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Democratic Rep. Steny Hoyer on Marjorie Taylor Greene’s committee assignments, according to officials with knowledge of the matter and a statement from Hoyer's office.
Democrats are prepared to move forward on their own to stop her assignments if House Republicans don’t act themselves.
"I spoke to Leader McCarthy this morning, and it is clear there is no alternative to holding a Floor vote on the resolution to remove Rep. Greene from her committee assignments. The Rules Committee will meet this afternoon, and the House will vote on the resolution tomorrow," Hoyer said in a statement.
Some background: McCarthy met for several hours last night with Greene at the Capitol.
McCarthy and the GOP Steering Committee also discussed an array of options, including forcing her off just the Education Committee but letting her stay on the Budget Committee, according to a person with knowledge of the talks. But it’s not clear that Democrats would be OK with that — especially if she doesn’t apologize.