Donald Trump is fulfilling his promise to help elect America First candidates to Congress in the hope Republicans can gain back their majority in the House and Senate.
To accomplish his goal, the Former President has set his sights on leading RINOs infecting the Right side of the aisle with failed policies of old Republicanism, including pro-war policies of the Party’s past.
House Rep. Liz Cheney has become Trump’s biggest target.
He released a statement revealing his intentions to help oust Cheney during the 2022 midterm elections by meeting with her challenger. He released a statement detailing his intentions:
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America pic.twitter.com/MQpiALCKuD
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) July 20, 2021
Liz Cheney is the leading anti-Trump voice in the Republican Party. She voted for impeachment not once, but twice, and has severely undercut the Former President’s agenda by routinely siding with Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats on key issues.
Trump is taking meticulous precaution before choosing which Cheney challenger to endorse in the 2022 midterms.
“Remember though, in the end we just want ONE CANDIDATE running against Cheney. I’ll be meeting with some of her opponents in Bedminster next week and will be making my decision on who to endorse in the next few months. JUST ONE CANDIDATE. Thank you!”
Cheney was recently stripped of her leadership role in the House after Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy met with the Former President in defiance of the party’s RINO coalition.
Trump seized on the vote to remove her from leadership, calling her a “poor leader” and “bad for our country.”
Cheney continued the proxy war, arguing Wyoming voters would choose her over Trump.
“Bring it on,” she said in May. “I intend to be the leader, one of the leaders, in a fight to help restore our party.”
Cheney also used her last floor speech as a chamber leader to swipe Trump.
While Cheney enjoys popularity in her district, Trump won the state in 2016 and 2020.
Cheney’s primary contest is seen as an opportunity for voters to choose between their loyalty to the former president or move on from his party leadership.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth