- 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
‘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.