Former GOP congressman says Liz Cheney will be voted out of office. Here’s why

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Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) makes January 6 front and center of her debate last night. Already in a tough battle for reelection in Wyoming, former Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh joins New Day to discuss why Cheney is applauded by GOP elites but will probably get voted out of office by voters. #CNN #News

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