Liz Cheney won the battle and then made clear where she stood on the war — that is, her party’s civil war over former President Donald Trump.
Trump, the Wyoming Republican said, does “not have a role as a leader of our party going forward.” He was, she added, guilty of “the greatest violation of his oath of office by a president in the history of the country.”
“We should not be embracing the former president,” Cheney, 54, told Fox News Sunday. Not many GOP elected officials would take that stance. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has already traveled to Mar-a-Lago to be photographed with Trump, saying the ex-president was “committed to helping elect Republicans in the House and Senate in 2022.”
Cheney won’t be high on that list. She was one of just 10 House Republicans to vote to impeach Trump for inciting an insurrection after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by hardcore supporters