Charlie Dent’S Conflict

He roasted former Freedom Caucus Republican Mick Mulvaney, now director of the Office of Management and Budget.
And in a subtle acknowledgment of his group’s rising stature in the party, Dent had received his wish.
“Everybody is trying to figure out the dynamics that are going to dictate how the House Republican Conference acts,” Holler says.
It unfolded like a literary twist: Dent’s rivals in the Freedom Caucus formed a furtive alliance with Rep. Tom MacArthur of New Jersey, Dent’s own Tuesday Group co-chair, whose last-minute deal secured the revised bill’s passage.
The Freedom Caucus would dominate the 2015-16 term, unleashing a small tempest with its let-it-burn procedural style and eventually claiming John Boehner’s scalp.

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