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Representative Liz CheneyR-Wyo., drew attention from Wyoming voters during a Friday segment of CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” when asked about their support for the current and proposed congresswoman. Her fourth term in office.
“Oh my god no!” said one Trump supporter described herself as a Trump supporter, who later went on to defend her response by claiming that Cheney had “dirty” both voters and the former president. approved her candid role with the House committee on January 6.
“She got us dirty… look how she did Trump. I’m a Trump fan,” she said, adding, “she has to support him. She’s a party member. Republic, for crying out loud.”
Another voter told reporter Randi Kaye “absolutely not,” when asked if Cheney could expect to receive her vote, and a third voter said she believed Cheney had ” father. [terms] too much.”
Other voters voiced disdain Anti-Trump Republicansalso cited her role on the January 6 committee as a key reason.
Kaye noted the Equal State’s overwhelming support for the former president, pointing to the nearly 70% of votes he won in the 2020 election, and acknowledging Cheney’s oppositional stance could signal her downfall.
Another voter told Kaye: “I find her work on the January 6 committee to be reprehensible.” Others who responded to Kaye’s questions railed against the commission as a “witch hunt”, a “kangaroo court”, a “hoax” and “propaganda”.
One member went on to criticize Cheney and the entire committee for not allowing it Former President Trump was present with a defense group to counter the committee’s statements about his alleged misconduct in connection with the 2021 Capitol riots, when a mob of his supporters stormed the courthouse. home and break the certification of the Electoral College.
“That’s not the rule of law,” he said, also condemning Cheney’s role in appealing to the former president by saying, “That’s not the Wyoming way.”
Cheney Will Confront Trump Support Republican Party Harriet Hageman in a key meeting this month. Cheney is seeking a fourth term representing Wyoming’s large congressional district, which has only one House seat due to its low population. Cheney won a third term in 2020 with 44 points in a bold red state.