Liz Cheney to ABC News on Pence testifying: ‘I would hope that he will do that’

GOP Representative Liz Cheney, when a rising star in the Republican Party and considered an expected speaker of the House told ABC News boss Washington reporter Jonathan Karl that she had any regrets about her political career which also included Wyoming, on Tuesday.

Including his massive electoral defeat. Not there, Ledger’s focus is now on keeping Donald Trump out of the White House.

During an exclusive and comprehensive interview that aired Sunday on ABC’s This Week, Cheney who serves as the deputy chairman of the January 6 selection committee investigating the Capitol attack told Carl he still had hope.

Previous Vice President Mike Pence will affirm before the advisory group. In the near future and talks with his legal team are still ongoing.

We’re discussing it with his attorney, Cheney said on January 6, speaking with Carl in the committee’s hearing room where millions of Americans have seen him during this summer’s hearing.

He played an important role on January 6 If he had succumbed to the pressure being put on him by Donald Trump, we would have had a much bigger constitutional crisis. And I think he has clearly expressed concern about executive privilege which, you know, I respect very much.

Very important constitutional issue in the context of separation of powers. I believe in executive privilege. I think it matters. But I also think that when the country has gone through a dire situation, it is the responsibility of everyone who knows it to move forward. So I hope Cheney will do what he said.

I hope he understands how important it is for the American people to know every aspect of the truth about what Cheney said that day.


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