“In Liz Cheney’s view, she is a conservative. She voted for her conscience and should not be deposed because of a vote of conscience.” Hutchinson played against Trump in Cheney after January 6. The “front line” interview of the vote told CNN’s Irene Burnett about the riots in the U.S. Capitol.
“And no matter what the vote is about to happen, it sounds like she almost realizes that she will be replaced-but because of one vote, this will be considered expelled by American politics. I don’t think this is healthy for our party- This view. We must re-talk about ideas and how to unify ourselves.”
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Cheney wrote in the column: “History is watching. Our children are watching.” “We must be brave enough to defend the fundamental principles that support and protect our freedom and democratic processes. No matter what the short-term political consequences are, I am committed to this.”
There will be a vote to remove Cheney as chairman of the meeting as early as next week. Although she survived a similar vote in February, when the House Republican voted 145-61 to maintain her position in the leadership team, she is now in a much weaker position.
However, some Republicans, such as Cindy McCain – the widow of Arizona’s long-time Republican Senator John McCain – warned that the Republican Party must proceed with caution because it might Beat Cheney.
Republican and staunch Trump critic McCain said: “If we only expel someone who is indeed a good representative of the party, it will be useless.”
Hutchinson emphasized on Wednesday that the Republican Party “will not be able to unify ourselves if we blame each other and confront each other on the views of January 6.”
He said: “We must come together in 2022.”