Liz Cheney Continues Her Trek Out of Office
Liz Cheney continued her trek out of office at a press conference Wednesday when she was asked whether President Trump should be speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference scheduled to take place this week in Orlando, Florida. The question was first answered by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy who responded in the affirmative. Cheney was then posed the same question. Her answer was to remind the reporter that she had already made her position known about the President, and although the decision was CPAC's, she continued, "I don't think he should be playing a role in the future of the party or the country."
As reported by thefederalistpages.com Ms. Cheney's assault on Former President Trump is highly unpopular in her home state of Wisconsin. Cheney has was unanimously censured by the Republican Central Committee of Carbon County and targeted for expulsion from her leadership position in Congress. Although ultimately she survived the vote from her colleagues with a tally of 146-61, she was ultimately censured by the Wyoming Republican Party, which called on her to immediately resign and refund donations made to her for the 2020 campaign.
Clearly, her tone deafness is not going to win her any favors if she runs for reelection in 2022.