She likened herself to Abraham Lincoln, hinted at running for president, and was heavily rejected by Wyoming’s Republican voters for caring more about the past president and his alleged misdeeds than her own state.
Cheney has now said that she would back politicians, both Democrats and Republicans, who oppose “election deniers.”
In an interview with ABC, she said, “I’m going to be extremely focused on fighting to ensure that we do all we can to not elect election deniers.”
“All around the nation,” she said, “we have election deniers nominated for incredibly critical jobs. I’m going to fight those individuals. I’m going to put forth some effort to aid their adversaries.”
Republicans have noted that Cheney seems to have a personal grudge against Donald Trump, particularly those who support the America First movement. Almost nothing will be spared to prevent him from running in 2024.
Since her historic defeat to Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman in the Wyoming GOP Primary, Cheney has not missed a chance to discuss this objective on a variety of left-leaning networks.
Democrats often compliment her for her support of the 2020 presidential election. Not to mention her crucial position on the committee for January 6th.
Check out this ABC panel’s outrage and admiration for Cheney’s anti-Trump activities:
According to Mark Leibovich, a senior writer for The Atlantic, Cheney is “determined not merely to kind of take down Donald Trump but to take down the disease of her party. She will be a very significant person in her party, in my opinion.”
Politics is not a linear process. The age of Liz Cheney is 56. In 2024, 2028, or 2032, she may run for president, according to Susan Page of USA Today.
Cheney 2024 is quite unlikely to occur, however. In order to criticize the GOP and their support for Donald Trump, Liz Cheney would be a dream contributor for left-wing networks, it is clear.
She will be welcomed by everyone. She’s probably simply considering her alternatives right now.