HERE WE GO: Senior Trump Adviser Says Beating Liz Cheney Is One Of Trump’s Highest Priorities

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Trump has his eyes set on making sure Rep Liz Cheney (R-WY) isn’t re-elected to Congress.

According to senior Trump adviser Jason Miller, Trump is focused on getting one great candidate to endorse against Liz Cheney.

He met with advisors early this week to look over possible candidates.

From Business Insider:

A top advisor for former President Donald Trump said unseating House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney of Wyoming in her 2022 GOP primary election was a top priority of the former president, according to the Washington Post.

Trump senior advisor Jason Miller told the Post in a recent interview that the former president’s political advisors have already begun to call contacts in Wyoming to field potential Republican primary challengers to Cheney.

Miller said defeating Cheney was “one of the highest priorities as far as primary endorsements go.”

The Post also reported that Trump met with advisors in Florida earlier this week to review 2022 endorsements; the former president pledged to support one GOP challenger to avoid splitting the “anti-Cheney” vote in a divided field.

A vote to remove Liz Cheney from leadership is coming Wednesday.

Here is a clip from Steve Bannon’s the War Room discussing how the replacing of Liz Cheney is a “Power Move” for the Trump movement.


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