The Republican representative Liz Cheney has declared she is thinking about a run for the White House in hard and fast work to keep Donald Trump from winning one more term as US president.
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Cheney unequivocally lost her Republican essential race on Tuesday night and will lose her seat in the US Congress.
The Trump-upheld challenger Harriet Hageman beat Cheney by very nearly 40 focuses, in the wake of Wyoming electors got back at Cheney for casting a ballot to reprimand Trump and for zeroing in on her job on the January 6 House select board researching his conceivable job in inciting the revolt at the US Capitol by his allies on 6 January 2021, in a vain endeavor to remain in office.
Cheney was asked on NBC’s Today show on Wednesday morning whether she was considering running for president. She didn’t answer the inquiry straightforwardly in any case, when squeezed a second time concerning whether she was thinking about it, she conceded she was.
“It’s something I’m pondering,” she said.
The earlier night she said she would “take the necessary steps to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office”.
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