“When Liz Cheney voted last week to impeach the president, it was, depending how one sees the last four years, an act of great bravery or supreme arrogance. President Trump, after all, carried her home state of Wyoming with 70% support, more than anywhere else in the country,” the Los Angeles Times reports.
“Cheney called her vote a matter of conscience and a straightforward decision, having nothing to do with party or politics.”
“Of course, that’s not how these things work. House Republicans were nearly unanimous in supporting the president and some, crying betrayal, demanded Cheney surrender her leadership post.”Save to Favorites