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(WATCH) Liz Cheney Still Considering Presidential Run

Liz Cheney still has this delusional idea that she would have a chance in the 2024 presidential election.

The establishment politician got spanked in her congressional primary the last election cycle.

Yet, Cheney somehow thinks a presidential campaign is a feasible idea.

Her Trump Derangement Syndrome is probably worse than any Democrat in American politics.

“I think Donald Trump is the single most dangerous threat we face. I would imagine there will be a number of other candidates in the race,” Cheney said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“Would you be one of them,” host Jake Tapper asked.

“I’ll tell you what I’m definitely going to do. I’m going to spend the next year between now and the election certainly helping to elect serious people, helping to elect sane people,” Cheney said.

Cheney clarified she would help candidates of both parties.

“We could well find ourselves in a situation given what we know the Trump folks are doing in terms of attempting to question the results of the election. We don’t want a situation where the election is thrown into the House of Representatives and Donald Trump has any possibility at all of prevailing under those circumstances,” she added.

“But you’re not ruling out a presidential run?” Tapper asked.

“No, I’m not,” Cheney said.


Our friends at The Gateway Pundit shared a backup via Rumble:

USA Today reports:

Cheney, one of Trump’s most vocal critics, was the vice chair of the now-dissolved House select committee investigating the Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021.

“I think Donald Trump is the single most dangerous threat we face,” she said.

When asked whether she would join the already crowded field of 2024 candidates, Cheney said she will “definitely” spend the year until the 2024 election helping elect candidates who “believe in the Constitution and who take their responsibilities seriously to Congress.”

“But you’re not ruling out a presidential run?” Tapper asked.

“No I’m not,” Cheney said.

Cheney has said she wouldn’t run for president if she thought it would help Trump return to the White House, such as launching an independent bid that would ultimately pull votes from President Joe Biden.

During the interview, Cheney also commented on the House Speaker chaos.

She threw the same insults we typically see from Democrats.

From The Hill:

Former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) on Sunday blamed former Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) for the havoc wreaked on the House as a result of his ouster from the leadership post, citing his elevation of members who wanted to overturn the 2020 election results and “looking the other way” when it comes to Jan. 6.

“I wish that it were surprising,” she said when asked about the House’s lack of a Speaker on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“You know, what we’ve seen is a result of really, the leadership decisions that Kevin McCarthy made all the way back after the 2020 election and certainly after January 6, then, you know, looking the other way in the face of the kind of assault on our democracy that we’ve seen from [former President Trump] and his allies in the House, including [Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)].”

She accused McCarthy of “elevating” some members, including some she labeled as “white supremacists” and “anti-Semitic.” She said some of the members McCarthy pushed are those who tried to interfere with the 2020 election and overturn the results.

“It’s not a surprise when you see that those people have been in power,” she added.

She also spoke about how some Republicans have faced threats of violence amid the Speakership chaos, saying that the “acceptance of violence is completely inappropriate and dangerous in our politics.” A handful of Republicans have said they have faced death threats for their votes on the Speaker last week.


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