Liz Cheney Still Hasn’t Learned Her Lesson…

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  • Liz Cheney said it’s doing ‘what’s right’ to try and forge a path for the Republican Party that doesn’t involve Donald Trump 
  • ‘I look at it from the perspective of what’s right,’ she told ‘Axios on HBO’
  • Cheney was ousted as Republican Conference chairwoman earlier this month
  • She refused to back Donald Trump’s claims of a ‘rigged’ election and continuously broke ranks with the former president and his biggest allies 
  • The Wyoming representative says her new mission is to make sure Trump doesn’t win back the White House and restore the GOP to its traditional values
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Liz Cheney said in an interview that will air Sunday evening that the Republican Party needs to move forward without Donald Trump because it’s ‘right’.

During an interview with ‘Axios on HBO’, the Wyoming congresswoman was asked why she has hope that charting a new course without the former president will work out.

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‘Because I love this country,’ Cheney told Jonathan Swan. ‘Because I believe in our Democracy and I believe in our constitutional process and system.’

‘And because I look at it from the perspective of what’s right.’

Cheney was recently ousted from her post a Republican Conference chairwoman for repeatedly breaking with Trump and refusing to back his claims of a ‘rigged’ election riddled with widespread voter fraud.


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