Liz Cheney’s Career Falling Apart, Donald Trump Reveals

( It looks like time is short for Liz Cheney’s career in Congress, with former President Donald Trump issuing a statement on Tuesday about the upcoming Republican primary race for her Wyoming seat.

The former president issued the statement via his Save America PAC, announcing that he will be meeting with a number of prospective candidates for the Wyoming seat next week. He is then expected to endorse one of those candidates to run against Cheney, who famously voted to convict the former president in the political witch hunt second impeachment trial.

Cheney has even been handpicked by far-left House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to sit on her committee that will investigate the “truth” about the January 6 riots in Washington, D.C., as part of a partisan campaign to smear Republicans who believe that election fraud and misconduct in the 2020 election should be investigated.

In his recent statement, former President Trump said that he is “paying close attention” to the primary against “loser RINO Liz Cheney.”

He described how some highly respected pollsters have told him that Cheney is “toast” in her district after siding with House Speaker Pelosi and supporting the impeachment hoax.

“And that’s just the beginning!” Trump said, going on to describe how there is a “hot” race with interesting candidates looking to replace her.

The former President said that people need to remember that there needs to be only one candidate running against Cheney, and that he will host the GOP candidates at his Bedminster club next week where he will endorse “JUST ONE CANDIDATE.”

President Trump’s nomination is worth its weight in gold in a political race, and whichever candidate he chooses is likely to be the winner. The importance of choosing just one candidate is to consolidate the vote against Cheney and ensure she does not win with a small plurality of votes.

It means that unsuccessful candidates in the Bedminster meeting next week will likely be asked to withdraw their candidacy.