Former President Donald Trump went off on Republican Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming on Wednesday following her ousting from her position in the House GOP Leadership.
In the past few months, the RINO representative made it clear that she will go behind the back of the former president and even of the entire Republican party just to side with the Democrats.
On Wednesday, Republican members in the House ousted Cheney from her leadership position as punishment for repeatedly going against Trump.
Her removal from the House GOP’s no. 3 rank happened in minutes during a closed door meeting. This shows how strong Trump’s hold is over the members of the GOP in the House.
It seems, however, that Cheney will not go down without a fight. It has been revealed that she will seek re-election in 2022 for a fourth term.
Following the news of her firing, Trump released a statement, reacting to the ousting and going off on Cheney in general.
In his statement, the former president used the words “bitter, horrible human being” to describe Cheney. He said he “realized how bad she is” for the GOP when he watched her. Trump claims that Cheney did not have personality, nor did she have “anything good” to offer politically and to the country.
He also described her as “a talking point for Democrats” in several political issues. These include the border crisis, energy, inflation or the destruction of the economy. The former president then said she’s a “warmonger” as she pushed the country to face the disaster in the Middle East. Because of this, Trump alleged that it drained the country’s wealth and depleted the military.
Trump then mockingly said that he will be looking forward to watching Cheney “as a Paid Contributor” on channels like CNN and MSDNC.
It seems the Wyoming representative’s hate for the former president ran deep. As soon as her “firing” from her position happened, she rushed to the nearest camera and immediately slammed the former President.
Cheney vowed to make sure the former president will never go near the Oval Office.