close Video Liz Cheney pens Washington Post op-ed amid GOP leadership battle FOX News congressional correspondent Chad Pergram joins ‘Special Report’ with the details It's all but certain that as early as next week House Republicans will strip Rep. Liz Cheney of her number-three GOP leadership position – but Cheney faces another major headache back home in Wyoming , as Republicans are plotting to oust her as the state's lone representative in Congress when she's up for re-election next year. Cheney, the most high profile of the 10 House Republicans to vote in January to impeach then- President Trump for inciting the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol by right-wing extremists, is facing primary challenges from an increasing number of GOP candidates. That, however, might be Cheney's saving grace: A crowded field likely divides the anti-Cheney and pro-Trump vote. It wasn't that long ago that the conservative Cheney, the daughter of former Republican Vice President Dick Cheney, was a rising star in the GOP. But thanks to her impeachment vote over Trump's role in the storming of the Capitol and her vocal criticism of Trump's repeated unfounded claims that the 2020 presidential election was “rigged” and “stolen,” she's become a… Read full this story
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