After losing the Republican primary, Liz Cheney considers running for president

After losing the Republican primary, Liz Cheney considers running for president

Liz Cheney, a Republican congresswoman, has stated she is seriously  thinking about running for president in a last-ditch effort to stop  Donald Trump from being re-elected.

On Tuesday night, Cheney narrowly lost the Republican primary and will no longer be a member of Congress.

Wyoming voters retaliated against Cheney for supporting Trump’s  impeachment and for concentrating on her position on the January 6 House  select committee

by electing the Trump-backed opponent Harriet Hageman, who defeated Cheney by almost 40 points.

The group, of which Cheney is vice-chair and one of just two  Republicans, is looking into Trump’s participation in instigating his  followers’ uprising at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021

On Wednesday morning’s episode of the Today show on NBC, Cheney was  asked if she was considering running for president. She didn’t directly  answer the query,

In the upcoming months, she remarked, “I’ll make a decision on it after giving it some thought.” She pledged to “do whatever it takes to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office” on Tuesday night.

Aides disclosed the former House number three intended to start her own  political action committee if her defeat to Hageman by nearly 60,000  votes was officially confirmed.

a spokesman for Cheney, “Liz will be forming an organization in the  coming weeks to educate the American people about the ongoing threat to  our republic