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I'm concerned about making a difference in everybody's life at congressman Kevin McCarthy makes it clear to be the next speaker of the house his first job convincing Republican hardliners he'd know John Dehner as a lot just fifty year old Californian may have the inside track but winning over how conservatives who helped bring down painter won't be easy Capitol Hill reporter David Lauter right now they're sort of an air of inevitability around Kevin McCarthy and that makes some of the hardline conservatives Republicans in the house in the tea party members a bit nervous because he was trainers right hand man I know what's going on across the , Nick parties a five term reform conservative thinker steel but its story in straight out of Hollywood he won the lottery at the teen and you've described thousand dollars to start a sandwich shop that paid for college after winning his house seat at the young age of thirty seven he rose quickly and became Majority Leader when a key party unseeded Eric cantor Gregor I won't be unnumbered gregarious person very well liked in the , little we want to make sure that we're closer , they're in charge and we serve them but hard liners are still worry what's happening right now is they're interviewing %HESITATION other candidate they don't want to just throw their weight behind and there's not a big budget deal that needs to happen there is a debt limit a high kick that needs to happen so a lot of thorny issues aka McCarty's going to have to try to show that he is bringing those people into , the decision making process so far his only competition Daniel Webster a Florida conservatives who ran against Gaynor first speaker last time the house will vote for the next speaker in just one week on October eighth