Cheney Accuses GOP Members Of Treating Trump Like A “King” In Speech

Cheney accuses gop members of treating trump like a "king" in speech

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Rep. Liz Cheney spoke out against former President Donald Trump and accused members of the Republican party of treating him like a “king” during a speech at the American Enterprise Institute.

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