(WYOMING) — Soon to be former Wyoming Congresswoman, Liz Cheney isn’t ruling out a run for President in 2024.
A 2024 campaign “is something I’m thinking about and I’ll make a decision in the coming months,” Cheney told NBC’s “Today” Wednesday morning following her epic loss to a Trump-backed Republican.
Cheney vows to do “whatever it takes” to keep ex-President Trump out of the White House. By ousting her from Congress, voters in Wyoming sent Cheney a strong message that she failed to represent the will of her district. She is way to pre-occupied with getting Donald Trump. James Madison, a key architect of the Constitution, described the U.S. House of Representatives as a legislative body with “an immediate dependence on, and intimate sympathy with, the people.”
Cheney says she will now launch a new organization aimed squarely at blocking the reelection of former President Donald Trump who has teased a reelection campaign but has not officially announced he’s running in 2024.
Trump is being attacked on all fronts and it now facing legal battles including an investigation related to a raid last week from his Palm Beach estate..
Cheney now says Donald Trump is lying about aspects of the FBI raid of his Palm Beach estate calling Trump’s claims “insidious lies.”
She said Trump “knows that embracing these conspiracies will trigger violence and threats of violence.”
Cheney will lose her House seat at the end of the year and is the vice chair of the January 6th House committee and the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney.