Liz Cheney vows to fight Trump and considers running for US presidency

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Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney has vowed to do everything she can to keep Donald Trump out of the White House and said she will decide in the coming months whether to run for president after losing on Tuesday. in the Wyoming primary against a candidate supported by Trump.

Cheney’s loss to the Trump-backed Harriet Hageman marks a major victory for the former president in his campaign to unseat Republicans who supported his impeachment after a mob of his supporters stormed the Capitol building last year.

Conceding defeat, Cheney – a fierce critic of Trump who has played a leading role in the congressional investigation into the Jan. 2020″ to win a primary.

“It would have required me to allow their efforts to undo our democratic system and attack the foundations of our republic. That was a path I could not and did not want to take,” he told supporters.

Cheney said Wednesday on NBC’s “Today” show that he “will do whatever it takes to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office” and that he is considering running for president.

“It’s something I’m thinking about and I’ll make a decision in the next few months,” she told “Today” when asked about a candidacy, adding that she has a lot of work to do with the committee investigating the Capitol storming.

“I think Donald Trump continues to represent a very serious threat and risk to our republic. And I think defeating him is going to take a broad, united front of Republicans, Democrats and independents. And that’s what I intend to be a part of,” he said.

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With 99% of the ballots counted in Wyoming, Hageman led the Republican field with 66.3% of the vote, followed by Cheney with 28.9%, according to Edison Research, an election monitoring firm.

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