RINO J6 committee vice-chair Liz Cheney said that the Republican Party cannot survive if Trump is the 2024 nominee.
“Will the party survive in the way you’ve known it if Donald Trump is again chosen?” Jon Karl asked Cheney.
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“It can’t survive if he’s our nominee,” Cheney said. “I think that he can’t be the party nominee. I don’t think the party would survive that.”
“Those of us who believe in Republican principles and ideals have a responsibility to try to lead the party back to what it can be and to reject so much of the toxin and the vitriol,” Cheney said.
EXCLUSIVE: The Republican Party can't survive if Donald Trump is the nominee in 2024, Rep. Liz Cheney tells @JonKarl.
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We can take a look at Liz Cheney’s re-election campaign.
Cheney mailed campaign brochures to Wyoming Democrats with instructions on switching parties to vote for her in the state’s closed Republican primary.
Recent polls show she’s crushed by her Trump-endorsed opponent Harriet Hageman.
Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, and she celebrated the ruling.
I have always been strongly pro-life. Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court returns power to the states and the people of the states to address the issue of abortion under state law.
— Rep. Liz Cheney (@RepLizCheney) June 24, 2022
The Democrats turned on her.
You can’t fight to protect the country from tyranny while applauding tyranny at the same time.
You don’t get to pick and choose when it works for you and when it doesn’t.
Either you stand against it or you don’t.
— Jo 🌻 (@JoJoFromJerz) June 24, 2022
Some Democrats were literally saying only days ago they would support Liz Cheney for President.
How far we have fallen.
How transactional the world has become. https://t.co/IfFdRDV99A
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) June 24, 2022
Also… Some of y’all can quit making Liz Cheney your damn freedom fighter right now https://t.co/KFX15uegvm
— Atima Omara (@atima_omara) June 24, 2022
Trump got 74 million votes in 2020.