- Trump followed his critic, Representative Liz Cheney, at a rally in Wyoming on Saturday.
- Trump has endorsed Harriet Hagman, a lawyer who is running to oust Cheney.
- The rally comes just days after Trump’s top approvals failed in Georgia.
Caspar, Wyoming – Thousands of his supporters jumped out of their seats and picked up their phones to capture the moment he took to the stage Saturday afternoon in a rally in support of lawyer Harriet Hagman, who is running to oust former President Donald Trump’s representative Lizzy in the upcoming Republican primary Saturday.
A crowd of nearly 9,700 greeted Trump at the Ford Wyoming Center with a long, standing, standing applause, thunderous applause and the slogan “America.”
“The people of Wyoming are going to vote to oust your RINO Congresswoman Liz Cheney,” Trump told the audience, which erupted with cheers, “You’re going to send the incredible Harriet Hackman to Congress.”
Trump’s appearance in the red state on Saturday proved his determination to try to oust Cheney from Congress. Cheney, a critic who became an ally of Trump, strongly condemned the former president following the January 6 Capitol riots. He was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to oust Trump last year on charges of “inciting insurgency.”
Trump has targeted a woman in Congress and vowed to retaliate against Republicans like Cheney for allegedly betraying her. Cheney, a radical conservative, has maintained his position against Trump amid attacks of backlash at the national and state levels of his own party members.
During several parts of his speech, Trump tore up Cheney, saying he “hates Republican voters.” The speech was part of a broader broadcast of Trump’s frequent grievances, including an investigation into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 elections; His two charges, crowd size; January 6, 2021, the trial of the Capitol attack – he called it a “hoax” – and he was accused by Cheney’s vote.
Trump insists on support for Hockman
“Liz Cheney is the last one about America,” Trump said, surrounded by two big screens, with a monument to Cheney’s face on former President George W. Bush. Formed with Bush. “He’s weak in border security, and very weak in border security.”
The former president’s visit to Wyoming comes as his first political appearance in the state, first and foremost kicked. Cheney officially filed his re-election bid on Thursday. There have been no significant polls so far in this race which will take place on August 16th. On Saturday afternoon Trump urged voters to support Hagman against Cheney.
“All America trusts you, Wyoming,” Trump said. “I think this is the most important election we have.”
This primary election is widely seen as a test of Trump’s influence over the Republican Party. Recently, Trump’s top approvals failed in Georgia’s primary elections. Trump had backed two primary challenges against current Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger, both of whom rejected Trump’s drive to reverse the 2020 election results in the war-torn state. Kemp and Rafenzberger had huge wins in their primary races on Wednesday. However, Trump-backed candidates in Ohio and Pennsylvania have won their primary elections in recent weeks.
This report is updated with the comments of the rally.
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