Tom Emmer, a Republican, withdrew from the Speaker of the House race due to insufficient party support.
He is the third GOP nominee to fail in securing enough backing for the role.
House has lacked a Speaker since Kevin McCarthy's ouster on October 3.
New nominations include Byron Donalds, Chuck Fleischmann, Mark Green, Kevin Hern, Mike Johnson, and Roger Williams.
Finding a consensus candidate remains elusive for Republicans.
Trump criticized Emmer as a "RINO" and discouraged GOP support.
Policy differences, including same-sex marriage and election certification, led to Emmer's lack of backing.
Emmer, the House Majority Whip, is the third most powerful Republican.
Republicans are divided, making unity difficult to achieve.
The Speaker nomination process is in disarray, leaving the House in a state of paralysis.