(UnitedVoice.com) – In the weeks after former President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) faced a lot of blowback for her role in the saga. She was one of the House members to vote in favor of the article of impeachment against him. She was censured by the Wyoming GOP for her actions and members of her caucus in Congress tried to strip her of her leadership role in the party. That failed, but now she could lose her seat.
On Wednesday, April 14, Trump announced he was going to endorse one of Cheney’s opponents in the primary race. He explained many people wanted to “run against Crazy Liz Cheney,” but the party only needs one candidate. The next day, the former POTUS released a statement endorsing Frank Eathorne, one of the people who censured Cheney, for the position of chairman of the Wyoming GOP.
President Trump endorses Frank Eathorne @WyomingGOP:
“Frank Eathorne continues to fight for our America First Policies as GOP Chairman of the Great State of Wyoming…Perhaps, most importantly, Frank has Censured the incompetent Liz Cheney…”
FULL STATEMENT: pic.twitter.com/iW3pQIuyiV
— Natalie Harp (@NatalieJHarp) April 15, 2021
Trump has said he plans to stay involved in politics and that’s exactly what he’s doing. He’s flexing his political muscle to try to help those loyal to him and his Keep America Great agenda and try to oust those who aren’t.
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