The Washington Post reports:
The GOP leader said he absolutely would not vote to override President Trump’s threatened veto out of his anger toward social media laws that have no place in a debate about the military. Furthermore, McCarthy said his official position is to always support Trump’s veto. So one final norm could come crashing into the new political world order of Trump mandates, halting a regular bipartisan accomplishment in its tracks so that the outgoing president can chase one other grievance that has little to do with the underlying policy imperative.
Read the full article. The bill passed earlier this week with a veto-proof majority which was joined by McCarthy himself. But that no longer means anything when half of Congress is physically afraid of Trump’s supporters.