Trump shouldn't play a role in GOP's future: Cheney

  • Trump shouldn't play a role in GOP's future: Cheney

Trump shouldn't play a role in GOP's future: Cheney

"I think there are many aspects of what happened on the 6th and in the days and weeks and months leading up to it that have to be investigated".

CPAC's event will feature seven panels, many of which are expected to discuss "election security" and appear calculated to bolster Trump's false claims that the 2020 election was rigged against him. The former president vowed in a farewell video address that the movement he started "is only just beginning".

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. However, the senator representing Utah said the polls show Trump now "wins in a landslide" when stacked up against other potential 2024 candidates.

During an interview with New York Times-DealBook, Romney admitted that Trump's enduring influence over the GOP means the former president holds the best odds of winning another presidential nomination.

Donald Trump will reportedly make a "show of force" in a speech this weekend. The Senate acquitted Trump of inciting the attack.

A tense moment Wednesday during a House Republican leadership press conference highlighted the enduring divide over President Donald Trump and his role in the future of the party.

"The president's view is that we've spent a whole lot of time, not we but in this briefing room, talking about President Trump over the last few years, yes for good reason, he was president, and that his view is we're going to spend the time focusing about the American people and our objectives to help them, and our commitment to helping them", Psaki replied. "My advice to them is to get used to it". He is the only Republican senator to vote to convict Trump in both of his impeachment trials.

The Utah senator was an outspoken opponent of Trump during his 2016 run for the White House.

A straw poll of CPAC attendees on their 2024 preferences will add some buzz to the conversation at the end of the event on Sunday.

According to a recent POLITICO/Morning Consult survey, Noem only polled at one percent of support for a 2024 White House run, while Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence towered over the poll at 53 percent and 12 percent, respectively.

"Well we haven't even seen the former president speak at CPAC, obviously President Biden has spoken to his concerns about the rhetoric of the former president, how he was unfit for office, that's why he ran against him, and why he defeated him", Psaki said.

"I would not be voting for President Trump again". Reports have said that Pence would not attend; The Epoch Times has reached out to Pence's office for comment.

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Trump on Monday issued a "Statement on the Continuing Political Persecution of President Donald J. Trump" following a Supreme Court ruling on his tax returns being sought by the district attorney in Manhattan.