Nancy Mace comes out against McCarthy’s debt-ceiling deal
By Arjun Singh
Daily Caller News Foundation
Republican Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina has come out in opposition to the Fiscal Responsibility Act, a compromise proposal between President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to raise the U.S. debt limit and avert a default, she announced on Twitter.
Mace, who represents South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District, said that she couldn’t support the deal because the cuts to spending were too low and placed no limits on borrowing, according to a lengthy Twitter thread published wrote on Tuesday. She also cited provisions, termed the “fine print,” which allegedly contradict aspects of the bill.