Rep. Liz Cheney Survives No-Confidence Vote, 145-65; Will Remain GOP Conference Chairwoman

On Wednesday, House Republicans allowed Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) to keep her position as the GOP conference chairwoman after members aired concern over her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump last month. Sixty-one Republicans voted to remove Cheney from her position, while 145 voted for her to stay in a vote by secret ballot. Cheney was the most high profile and highest-ranking of the 10 House Republicans, who voted to impeach the former president. Cheney told her Republican colleagues she would not apologize for her vote. “We’re not going to be in a situation where people can pic…

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