Congressman Mark Alford Talks GOP 'Therapy Sessions' After Latest Speaker Vote FAIL

The GOP continues to implode when it comes to finding new leadership.

Like it or not, former KC newsman and current Missouri Rep. has a thoughtful perspective on the topic. Check-it:

"We're getting some ... like, therapy sessions in some of these conferences," Alford said. "That's what we need. There are a lot of personal grievances that happened well before I ever got here that need to be gone.

"We need to get over these personal grievances and get on with the business of the American people. It's not about us."

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Rep. Alford to Newsmax: 'Therapy Sessions' a Boon in Speaker Race

Rep. Mark Alford, R-Mo., said on Newsmax that one of the silver linings shining through the tumultuous race for the next House speaker is that it has spurred debate and the airing out of grievances among members of Congress.