Congress chaos: U.S. House vote enters longest stalemate in 164 years

Lawmakers have adjourned after a third day of a political stalemate at the U.S. House of Representatives, which has not taken this long to elect a speaker since before the American civil war. Jackson Proskow explains why Republican Kevin McCarthy has been unable to acquire the votes he needs to be elected, and why the drawn-out process could be problematic for Washington.