Liz Cheney made a huge career announcement that will turn Trump’s life upside down

Wyoming RINO Liz Cheney lost her Republican Primary to Trump-endorsed candidate Harriet Hageman.

After this humiliating defeat, Cheney is left to plot her next move.

And now Liz Cheney made a huge career announcement that will turn Trump’s life upside down.

Harriet Hageman crushed Liz Cheney by 37 points in the Wyoming Republican Primary for the state’s lone Congressional seat.

Cheney alienated Republicans by voting to impeach Donald Trump, serving on Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Committee, and spending the next two years obsessively attacking the former President in the corporate-controlled media.

But even though Republicans rejected Cheney by historic margins, she will continue her resistance grift by running for President in 2024.

Just hours after her defeat, Cheney used an interview on NBC’s Today Show to float the idea of a 2024 Kamikaze campaign to stop Donald Trump’s re-election bid.

“Are you considering running for President yourself?” co-host Savannah Guthrie asked Cheney.

Cheney tried to say yes without actually saying yes.

“I’m going to be making sure that people all around this country understand the stakes of what we’re facing,” Cheney said. “Understand the extent to which we’ve now got one major political Party, my Party, which has really become a cult of personality. And we’ve got to get this Party back to a place where we’re embracing the values and the principles on which it was founded.”

“Congresswoman, you didn’t answer me yes or no,” Guthrie shot back.

Cheney then made it clear she was running for President with the sole intention of stopping Donald Trump from winning re-election.

“I will do whatever it takes to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office,” Cheney responded.

Guthrie tried one more time to get Cheney to declare on the spot that she was running for President.

“You didn’t say yes or no, and that’s fine if you are thinking about it,” Guthrie said, before adding, “but are you thinking about running for President?”

Cheney’s answer made it clear that she is running for President, but she is waiting for Donald Trump to announce first.

“That’s a decision that I’m going to make in the coming months,” Cheney stated. “I’m not going to make any announcements this morning, but it is something that I’m thinking about, and I’ll make a decision in the coming months.”

From when Dick Cheney took office as Vice President until the moment Liz Cheney voted to impeach Donald Trump, the left-wing media attacked the Cheneys as war criminals, torturers, and enemies of the Constitution.

But when Liz Cheney became another Never-Trumper, the press suddenly decided she was a “pro-democracy” Republican.

Cheney’s embrace of the shamelessness and the fraudulence of the entire situation – as well as her non-stop attacks on Donald Trump – were the tipping point for many conservatives.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.