Liz Cheney threatens to leave Republican Party if Trump is the nominee, vows to help Democrats win Arizona gubernatorial race – Kari Lake fiercely fires back

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In last month's Wyoming primary, Liz Cheney lost in a landslide to Harriet Hageman – the Trump-backed candidate. Cheney was obliterated by a whopping 37.4 points – the second worst defeat for a House incumbent in the last 60 years. Despite the overwhelming lack of support from GOP voters, Cheney is attempting to dictate the direction of the Republican Party. Cheney appeared at the Texas Tribune Festival on Saturday, where she threatened to leave the Republican Party if former President Donald Trump becomes the GOP's 2024 presidential nominee."I'm gonna make sure Donald Trump — I'm gonna do everything I can…

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Rep. Liz Cheney says she won’t vote for Harriet Hageman, the Trump-endorsed Republican who defeated her in the Wyoming GOP primary

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Rep. Liz Cheney gives a concession speech to supporters during a primary night event in Jackson, Wyo., on August 16, 2022.Alex Wong/Getty Images Liz Cheney said she would not support Wyoming GOP House nominee Harriet Hageman in the November general election. Hageman, who was backed by Trump and a plethora of national Republicans, defeated Cheney 66%-29%. Cheney during her interview reaffirmed that her fight against election deniers was not over. Rep. Liz Cheney on Saturday said that she would not vote for Harriet Hageman, the water rights attorney who is the new Republican nominee for Wyoming's at-large congressional district.Hageman, who…

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Ron DeSantis thinks Chris Christie ‘missed his moment’ by skipping a 2012 presidential bid, report says

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Former Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey.AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File DeSantis thinks Chris Christie "missed his moment" in running for the White House in 2016, per WaPo. Christie passed on a 2012 campaign and opted to run in 2016, where he faced Donald Trump. DeSantis is up for reelection in November and could potentially launch a 2024 campaign of his own. In 2009, Chris Christie leaped to the top of the national political conversation, having won the New Jersey gubernatorial election as a Republican only a year after then-President Barack Obama won the solidly-blue state in a landslide.Christie, a hard-charging…

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GOP Rep. Mace: ‘A Lot of Pressure on Republicans’ to Impeach Biden if We Take over the House

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Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" that if Republicans win the majority in the House of Representatives in November, there's a lot of pressure to have an impeachment vote on President Joe Biden.

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Trump said he doesn’t ‘understand’ why Ron DeSantis isn’t more appreciative of him: WaPo

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Then-President Donald Trump shakes hands with then-Florida GOP gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis during a campaign rally in Tampa, Fla., on July 31, 2018.AP Photo/Evan Vucci Trump said he didn't "understand" why DeSantis wasn't more appreciative of him, per a WaPo report. "I knew him from watching Fox, and he'd done a good job about me and other things," Trump said of DeSantis. Per the report, Trump advisors are looking for weaknesses in a potential 2024 DeSantis campaign. Former President Donald Trump expressed frustration that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was not more appreciative of him and ruminated over his 2018 endorsement…

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Watch: Trump Says the 9 Words Everyone Wanted to Hear – Met with Thunderous Applause

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Former President Donald Trump drove a rally crowd wild when he spoke about the 2024 presidential election. Trump was speaking Friday at a rally in support of North Carolina U.S Senate candidate Rep. Ted Budd, according to WECT-TV in Wilmington. Trump predicted that his political movement would recapture the White House in the 2024 presidential election. Speaking at the outdoor Aero Center at Wilmington International Airport, Trump first predicted that Republicans would secure majorities in the House of Representatives and the Senate in the November midterms, a goal for which Budd’s election will be crucial. Trump made an apologetic nod to…

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