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Cheney Shamelessly Blames Trump Again

via CBS

Former Republican Rep. Liz Cheney blamed the ties between ex-House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and former President Trump for the House’s disarray in electing a new speaker.

Cheney criticized McCarthy for embracing Trump and radical party members.

She emphasized the importance of not denying election results. (Poll: Do You Stand With Donald Trump? VOTE)

“I think what you’re seeing right now and among the Republicans in the House is a direct result of the decisions that Kevin McCarthy made to embrace Donald Trump, to embrace the most radical and extreme members of our party, to elevate them,” Cheney said on CBS.

“So it’s not a surprise that we are where we are, but it’s a disgrace, and it’s an embarrassment,” she said.

“And there certainly are serious people among the Republicans,” Cheney continued. “I think it’s important to be not be an election denier.”

Cheney, a vocal critic of Trump, was removed from her leadership role in 2021. (Trending: Dirty Trick Inside Biden’s $100 Billion Bill)

The House voted to oust McCarthy, and Rep. Steve Scalise and Rep. Jim Jordan were considered as replacements.

Currently, there are nine candidates in the running, and the GOP caucus is debating the decision. The timeline for the vote remains uncertain.

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