Liz Cheney, Republican pet peeve of Donald Trump, does not rule out challenging him in 2024

The elected Republican, daughter of the former vice-president of Bush son, Dick Cheney, co-chairs the parliamentary committee, which accuses the Republican billionaire of being at the heart of an “attempted coup” to stay in power, after his defeat against Joe Biden.

Republican elected Liz Cheney, who is investigating how Donald Trump tried to invalidate the 2020 election, has not ruled out challenging the former US president for the 2024 presidential election.

“The most important thing to do is to protect the country from Donald Trump,” she assured in an interview broadcast Sunday on ABC, announcing that she “(would) make a decision on 2024 a little later”.

The 55-year-old elected co-chairs the parliamentary committee accusing the Republican billionaire of being at the heart of an “attempted coup” for having sought to stay in power after losing to Joe Biden.

“The responsibility of trying to get the party back on the right track”

“A man as dangerous as Donald Trump can absolutely no longer be found near the Oval Office,” said Liz Cheney, assuring that the Republican Party “could not survive” a new inauguration of the ex-real estate magnate. .

“Those of us who believe in Republican principles and ideals have a responsibility to try to get the party back on track,” said the parliamentarian, daughter of former Bush junior Vice President Dick Cheney.

Donald Trump, who retains considerable sway over the Republican Party, is increasingly openly flirting with a new candidacy, with some media outlets saying it could be announced by the end of the month.

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