US News: The elected Republican Liz Cheney, Donald Trump's bane, loses his primary in the Wyoming

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Liz Cheney, candidate for her re-election as a Wyoming representative, was eliminated on Tuesday evening from the Republican primary for the mid-November elections in November. The elected conservative, who refused to relay the myth of the stolen election of Donald Trump, pays the price of his independence in the face of the strong man of his party.

stand up to Donald Trump will have cost him his post. Liz Cheney, the republican representative of Wyoming who wanted to be re-elected, lost his primary on Tuesday, August 16 against Harriet Hageman, a protégé of the former American president.

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"I will do everything it takes to make Donald Trump never approaches the oval office again," said the 56 -year -old parliamentarian since Wyoming, a very conservative state where she has been sitting since 2017.

56 years old is one of the main black animals of the republican billionaire since she dared to join the parliamentary commission investigating her role in the Capitol assault on January 6, 2021.

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The daughter of the 'Former vice-president Dick Cheney Coprés even this group of elected officials, for whom Donald Trump "failed in his duty" during the attack led by his supporters to try to prevent the certification of the victory of the Democrat Joe Biden to The presidential election of 2020.

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Donald Trump, who flirts openly with an candidacy for the 2024 presidential election, constantly denounces the work of this commission, which he describes as "witch hunt". He was committed to making Liz Cheney beat, putting all his weight behind his rival Harriet Hageman, a 59 -year -old lawyer with whom he went to campaign at the end of May.

The republican investiture in the election for the House of Representatives will therefore go to the protégé of Donald Trump, further strengthening the grip of the former tenant of the White House on the Republican Party, and this despite the many surveys it is the subject. As if, by dint of accumulation, all these cases had no longer taken on him.

"Policy forgetfulness"

The ex-real estate-magnat immediately applauded Liz Cheney's defeat: "She should be ashamed of herself, the way she acted", He affirmed on his social network, Truth Social. "Now she can finally fall into the forgetfulness of politics," he said.

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In Wyoming, a state that voted more than 70 % for Donald Trump in the last presidential election, candidate Harriet Hageman notably supports the theory conveyed by the Trump clan according to which the 2020 election was "stolen" to The former president, despite the countless evidence of the opposite.

For his part, Liz Cheney, who voted for the dismissal from which Donald Trump has finally escaped, has been trying for more than a year to dismantle this thesis to which millions of Trumpists still adhere.

"In our country, we do not take an oath to an individual or a political party," said the elected official during a parliamentary hearing in mid-June, believing that the "defense of the American Constitution" deserved to put in danger of his political career.

Death threats

Since she has invested Donald Trump and her entourage, the elected official was targeted by a series of death threats and no longer moves without police escort. In her state, the elected official had been forced to carry out a sort of ghost campaign, without electoral meetings or public events.

This heiress of a very traditionalist right, pro-armes and anti-abortion, was also excommunicated by the Republican Wyoming Party, whose leader himself participated in the demonstrations on the day of the Capitol Assault.

How does Liz Cheney now intend to block Donald Trump? Rumors lend him presidential ambitions for the 2024 election. Tuesday evening, Liz Cheney also wanted to offer a hand outstretched to the "republicans, democrats and independent": "Let us commit ourselves to make those who want destroy our republic. "

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