House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney’s (R-Wyo.) leadership position is on shaky ground, with a growing number of her GOP colleagues telling The Post that a second vote to oust her from her role may be inevitable.
Three GOP lawmakers said a vote determining her fate in leadership could come as soon as next week during their first conference meeting back after recess.
While Cheney — the highest-ranking Republican woman in Congress and daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney — overwhelmingly prevailed in a vote to retain her role earlier this year, some argue there may not be enough votes to save her due to frustrations with her criticisms of former President Trump and increasingly tense relationship with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Critics argue the latest calls for her ouster stem beyond her vote to impeach Trump for inciting a riot on Jan. 6, alleging her decision to continue to rebuke the former president undermines her