Rep Liz Cheney Calls Trump ‘real danger’

Wyoming Republican Representative Liz Cheney continued her aggressive critical remarks about former President Trump calling him “a real danger” to the country.

Cheney’s comments about Trump follows her being ousted from a Republican leadership position in the House of Representatives.

Appearing on Fox News Sunday, Cheney responded to host Chis Wallace’s question about why she doesn’t just ignore the former president.

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On ABC News, Cheney continued her verbal attack on Trump including her voting for him.

Cheney regrets voting for then-President Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

Cheney also described her experience at the Capitol on January 6.

Before last week’s vote by House Republicans, Cheney served as the Republican Conference Chair – a leadership position.

Cheney responded to her being voted out as the Republican Conference Chair.

In addition to attacking the former president, Cheney criticized Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and her replacement in the House Republican leadership role Representative Elise Stefanik (R-NY).

Cheney’s comments show the reason she was voted from House Republican leadership.

Her critical comments about Trump throughout 2021 most certainly are not a unifying message for Republicans and not appropriate for the person serving as Republican Conference Chair.

Moreover, Cheney’s aggressive tone against the members of the Republican Party could jeopardize her House seat in Wyoming.