Donald Trump tears into ‘despicable human being’ Liz Cheney on Truth Social

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Donald Trump tears into ‘despicable human being’ Liz Cheney on Truth Social, Trump calls Liz Cheney a ‘despicable human being’

Trump calls Liz Cheney a ‘despicable human being’ who is ‘hated by the people of Wyoming’ on a July 4 Truth Social tirade after GOP Rep. Didn’t rule out a run for President in 2024.

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After Donald Trump reprimanded Representative Liz Cheney, he said on Sunday that the Jan. 8 election committee was preparing to recommend criminal charges against him.

Given President Donald Trump, he is now banned from Twitter. So he hit out at Cheney via a message from his own social media platform, Truth Social, when he said the Jan. 6 committees investigating the Capital riots could send him to the judiciary.

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“Warmongering and despicable human being Liz Cheney, who is hated by the great people of Wyoming (down 35!), keeps saying, over and over that HER Fake Unselect Committee may recommend CRIMINAL CHARGES against a President of the United States who got more votes than any sitting President in history,” Trump said.

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Cheney – one of two Republicans on the Democrat-led Capital Riots panel – publicly called on the judiciary to step down against Trump on Sunday, warning that not holding the former president accountable for Jan. 6 is a “serious constitutional threat” to American democracy. Hook him off.

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“We will decide on this as a committee,” Cheney told ABC News in his first sit-down interview since the committee’s explosive hearing began on Jan. 6. “The judiciary does not have to wait for the committee to make a criminal referral. And there can be multiple criminal referrals.”

Chen also confirmed that the ‘yes,’ panel is weighing a criminal referral for the former president for his role in the riots.

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Trump said Cheney should focus his efforts elsewhere.

“Why doesn’t he bring charges against those who cheated in the election or those who did not protect Capital properly?” He said.

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