The end of Liz Cheney’s political career is coming.
Trump is set to meet with two of her primary challengers today at Bedminister.
Trump has expressed many times the importance of having only one challenger to Cheney.
Former President Donald Trump has made unseating Rep. Liz Cheney from office a priority, and will next week meet with two potential challengers in the ongoing quest to find a challenger that can take the powerful Republican down in the 2022 primary race.
Trump will meet at his Bedminster, N.J., golf club with Wyoming state Rep. Chuck Gray and attorney Darin Smith, two people who are emerging as the clear frontrunners to take on Cheney, reports Politico.
Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney and a powerhouse in her own right, had served as the No. 3 House Republican until this spring, when her colleagues ousted her from her conference chairmanship post after she blamed the former president for the Jan. 6 incidents at the Capitol and voted to impeach him.
Meanwhile, Trump’s top political advisers have also been having talks with primary challengers, pressing them on their policy positions, the strength of their campaigns, and their fundraising capabilities.
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