Conservative to GOP: Don't get comfortable

A House Republican lawmaker has a stern warning for the new GOP leadership team: Don't get too comfortable.

Sophomore GOP Arizona Rep. David SchweikertDavid SchweikertRepublican candidate favored in Arizona special House election Ryan leaves legacy of tax cuts and deficits Paul Ryan’s successor must embrace the House Freedom Caucus MORE tells The Hill that he's generally satisfied with Thursday's leadership election, where California Rep. Kevin McCarthyKevin Owen McCarthyIvanka Trump to campaign for Devin Nunes in California Republicans are strongly positioned to win Congress in November Election fears recede for House Republicans MORE was promoted to majority leader and Louisiana Rep. Steve ScaliseStephen (Steve) Joseph ScaliseRepublicans fear retribution for joining immigration revolt Top GOP donor threatens to stop giving to lawmakers over DACA battle Key House chairman floats changes to immigration bill MORE won the race for GOP whip.

"The real test," Schweikert contends, is whether McCarthy and Scalise "are going to take what they've heard from so many of us and move forward on it? Because remember in 40 working days, in November, we go through this all again."