This Republican just betrayed the party with their support of Biden

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Conservatives are ready to take down President Biden this November. But not every member of the GOP is on board.

And this Republican just betrayed the party with their support of Biden.

Former President Donald Trump has made quite a few enemies over the years.

Some of these enemies include fellow Republicans, most notably former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY).

And while appearing on ABC’s The View on Wednesday, Cheney made it well known just how much she despises the former president, even going so far as to imply she might vote for Joe Biden over Trump this fall.

“I think that the Republican party itself is clearly so caught up in this cult of personality that it’s very hard to imagine that the party can survive,” Cheney told the hosts of The View.

“I think increasingly it’s clear that once we get through 2024, we’re going to have to have something else, something new.”

“I believe this country has to have a party that’s based on conservative principles and values – where we can engage with the Democrats on substance and on policy. I think post-2024 election, we’re going to see just a huge tectonic shift in our politics.”

Cheney was then asked specifically who she would vote for if the general election was a race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

“If it came down to Biden v. Trump, would you vote for Biden?” Joy Behar, a co-host, asked.

“I’m not going to endorse anybody today. And I think that, again, we don’t know exactly what the choice will be. I’d say that I will never vote for Donald Trump,” Cheney’s response began.

“There are some conservatives who are trying to make this claim that somehow Biden is a bigger risk than Trump. My view is, I disagree with a lot of Joe Biden’s policies. We can survive bad policies. We cannot survive torching the Constitution.”

Cheney’s refusal to say that she wouldn’t vote for Biden despite disagreeing with him on a number of key issues, is all you need to know about her tendencies as a RINO.

It’s what lost her a chance at winning reelection in 2022.

As an incumbent, Cheney lost in a primary race to Republican Harriet Hageman by nearly 40 percent.

That should tell you exactly how Wyoming Republicans feel about her as a so-called conservative leader in Washington, D.C.

And their thoughts are how almost every Republican across America feels about Cheney.

Her brushing of elbow with the Leftist hosts of The View further cements her status as a RINO.

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