Categories: Trump News

Donald Trump Achieved a Victory Among The Republicans | The Daily

Representative Liz Cheney exits the United States Capitol prior to a House Republican Caucus candidates forum prior to her replacement as Conference President on May 13, 2021 in Washington, DC.

Photo: Kevin Dietsch / Getty Images / AFP

May 15, 2021 International Politics Less than 1 minute to read

Related Post

Do you already have a subscription?

Sign in

Don’t have a subscription?
Get 10 free articles per month with the free subscription.

Subscribe for free

Do you already have a subscription?

Don’t have a subscription?
Get 10 free articles per month with the free subscription.

Liz Cheney was removed Wednesday from her position on the Republican Party bench in the House of Representatives, the third largest. The leader (daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney) criticized in a speech in Congress on Tuesday the politicians who defend Donald Trump and his claim that it was he who won the November election, and not Joe Biden.

“I will not sit and watch in silence while others lead our party down a path that abandons the rule of law and joins the former president’s crusade to undermine our democracy,” she said, adding that “remain silent and ignore the lie emboldens the liar ”. By then he already knew that the next day the vote would take place in which he lost the party position. For some Republicans, it was necessary to vote against Cheney in the name of the unity of their political organization.

Once the result of the vote was known, Cheney said that he will work for a “strong” party, so that there is a candidate for the presidency who defends the Constitution and so that Trump “does not approach the Oval Office again.” In turn, Trump called Cheney “a bitter and horrible human being.”

Subscribe to bookmark this article

Subscribe to save this article to read later

Subscribe to unlimited

Do you already have a subscription?

Sign in

Subscribe to save this article as a favorite Subscribe to save this article to read later

Do you already have a subscription?

READ MORE WAB NEWS

Tags: Politics

This website uses cookies.