Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) on Sunday suggested that former President Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo share responsibility after the U.S. faced difficulties while withdrawing from Afghanistan.
Whodunit for January 6? For those of you playing at home, it was Agolf Twitler in the White House with a cellphone.
They want blood for the two daring to be part of the insurrection select committee.
She said anyone who wanted to become speaker should show a commitment to the Constitution and the rule of law, and he has not done that.
"I think that any person who would be third in line to the presidency must demonstrate a commitment to the Constitution and a commitment to the rule of law and the Minority Leader has not done that." - Rep. Liz Cheney
In “I Alone Can Fix It,” Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker recount a story by Liz Cheney on her confrontation with Jim Jordan during the Capitol riot.
A new book details a phone call between Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WI) and Gen. Mark Milley the day after the Capitol insurrection, in which Cheney told Milley what she experienced on the House floor.
Opposing Trump is good, but it's not the same as favoring democracy.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy appeared to back down after reports suggested that he would punish Rep. Liz Cheney if she participated in an investigation of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
This happened after news broke this morning that Kevin McCarthy threatened to pull committee assignments from any Republican who took part.
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