Though he was not invited to speak, he will still be at the center of the House Republican’s policy retreat.
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The event will occur in Orlando, Florida next week, as a retreat that is planned to unify a fractured Republican Party in their upcoming struggling fights with the “new order” of Democrat’s ruling. Also, it will be discussed and planned a strategic approach to winning back the majorities in the Senate as well as in the White House in 2022.
However, due to the fact that President Trump is no longer in the White House, this is the sole fact that he wasn’t invited to give a speech during the gathering.
But, according to a report published by The Hill,
“Yet even GOP leaders couldn’t get on the same page at the retreat’s opening news conference, as GOP Conference Chair Liz Cheney (Wyo.) on Monday broke with Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) over the scope of the investigation into the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. The McCarthy-Cheney divide is symbolic of the broader discord within a Republican Party that remains at stark odds over how to approach the mercurial Trump since his exit from office more than three months ago.”
But inside the Republican Party, at the time, there are two divided camps – one is where McCarthy stands, obviously supporting President Trump and his excellent choices as a way to regain power and stability.
In the other camp are those, like Cheney, who have been nothing but critical of President Trump and want to move on.
“I think right now, the Republican Party is headed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy in the House. I think our elected leaders, you know, are the ones who are in charge of the Republican Party,” Cheney, one of 10 Republicans who voted to impeach Trump for his role in the insurrection, has stated
“And I think as we look at ’22 and ’24,” she said, “we’re very much going to be focused on substance and on the issues.”
Cheney has been lately using every chance to undermine President Trump, like when she stated that she hasn’t invited him to the Orlando retreat… Earlier this month, she appeared again on Fox and said she would not back Trump if he’s the GOP nominee in 2024.
According to The Hill,
“The public divisions are an unwelcome distraction for House GOP leaders who like their odds of winning back the chamber next year — a midterm cycle that’s been historically favorable for the opposing party of the sitting president. Republicans are already accusing Biden of pushing a far-left policy agenda that defies his campaign vows to seek bipartisanship on major legislation. They’re also pointing to the migrant wave at the southern border to accuse the administration of causing the crisis with overly tolerant immigration policies.”
And though the Republicans agree against Joe Biden, they’re still divided when it comes to Trump… And what is most confusing about making their choice is the unexplained (but obvious) theories regarding the Capitol attack on January the 6th…
What’s your opinion? Who would you choose to lead the Republicans in their future victories?