ORLANDO — House Republicans appear to be growing frustrated with GOP Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney’s public opposition to former President Donald Trump.
Cheney, a Wyoming Republican who was among 10 GOP lawmakers to vote to impeach Trump earlier this year, gave a press conference and several media interviews at the GOP retreat in which she repeated her view that Trump is not the leader of the GOP and should not be a part of the Republican Party’s future.
Cheney didn’t bring up the ex-president during the retreat, but she was asked about him at a press conference and in several media interviews and reiterated her well-known opposition to Trump.
Cheney mostly talked about 2022 GOP priorities, including border security and national security issues. Most of Cheney’s press conference was dedicated to those topics. She told the Washington Examiner that the conference is mostly unified, despite the division about Trump.
“I think there are issues on which we