There are a lot of former American President Donald Trump haters, and one of them has openly declared she will leave the Republican party if the party nominates Donald Trump as its presidential candidate.
Liz Cheney Wyoming GOP, stated this at the Texas Tribune festival on Saturday, and she affirmed leaving the Republican party.
Owing to Donald Trump's foreseen GOP Nomination in 2024, the Republican, Liz Cheney, has threatened to leave the party
Cheney stated, "I'm going to make sure Donald Trump is not the nominee. I'm going to do everything I can to make sure he is not the nominee. And if he is the nominee, I won't be a Republican."
She continued in her statement that she would campaign for the Democrats just to frustrate the Republican candidates not to progress in the election if at all they go ahead with the decision. Cheney also said that the Republican GOP nominee, Kari Lake, won't also succeed in the Arizona gubernatorial race.
Kari Lake is a former television journalist who is a leading voice for Donald Trump.
Liz Cheney affirmed, "I'm going to do everything I can to make sure Kari Lake is not elected," and she also confirmed she would campaign for the Democrats. She, however, didn't go as far as saying that she would support the Democrats in the House of Representatives after the midterm election.
In one of her remarks, she stated that, despite the bad policies implemented by the Bidden administration, she believes it is important because voters will exercise their right to vote and learn more about the Republican Party.
Owing to her loss last month to Harriet Hageman, a Trump-backed attorney, she has gained a lot of spleen in her hate for the Republican Party. Her hate for the former president cost her her position in the GOP leadership last year.
There are, however, rumours about Liz Cheney contesting for the office of the president in 2024, but it hasn't been confirmed.
Cheney again remarked, "It's not about me or making a decision about what I'm going to do," she said. "I certainly will do whatever it takes to make sure Donald Trump isn't anywhere close to the Oval Office."
Cheney would make her decision on whether to still be a member of the Republican Congress at the end of her tenure as the vice chair of the House on January 6th. This was confirmed by Cheney's advisers in a speech to CNN.
The January 6th committee, from which we'll know what Cheney has come up with, will hold her next hearing next week. Activities like speaking with the former president and concluding investigations would be the core of the meeting.
Yet again, Cheney said, "Let me say that any interaction that Donald Trump has with the committee will be under oath and subject to penalties of perjury."
And on where talks stand between the committee and the legal counsel for former Vice President Mike Pence, Cheney said she believes Pence has an "obligation" to speak with the committee. While she respects executive privilege, she believes that type of privilege is “not absolute.”