SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Right now, with all that's going on in the world, you know, I would like to think that -- the Republicans, with their very limited margin that they have, would put aside petty differences and elect the speaker of the House so the people's House can be open again. And I wouldn't leave the room until you guys finally decided who that person is. I'd like it to be Jim Jordan, but if you guys pick someone else, that's up to you guys.
Well, you better be careful because I dared to ask a few questions like, "Is it true you're not supporting Jim?" Who is this -- I have sources saying, you know, the simple question, "During this time, is it an imperative that the people's House be open? If you're not going to support him, how do you plan and when do you plan on opening the House? Would you ever under any circumstances vote with Democrats to pick a speaker, or align with Democrats?"
Do you think there's anything inappropriate or could be perceived as "pressure" by asking that?
REP. CHIP ROY (GUEST): I don't think so, but I'm somebody who tends to be more of an open book. I'm not afraid of answering --
HANNITY: I'm an open book. People said, "Hannity's lobbying." I didn't call a single person except my sources. I talked to three people.