Liz Cheney

Leaders stayed away from the Capitol, ceding the party's message to Trump loyalists Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene.
The former vice president and his daughter, Rep. Liz Cheney, were the only Republicans who attended a moment of silence on the House floor in honor of the victims of the attack.
"When a president refuses to tell the mob to stop, when he refuses to defend any of the coordinate branches of government, he cannot be trusted,” she said.
"The fact-finding is interesting. We’re all going to be watching it."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tried to attack Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) but she shot back at him saying how Donald Trump broke Cruz.
S.E. Cupp flipped the Fox News personality's dismissal of the Donald Trump-opposing Wyoming Republican back on him.
The Republican congresswoman snapped back, "A real man would be defending his wife, and his father, and the Constitution.”
Cheney has continued to level criticism at Donald Trump, saying lawmakers who refuse to do so are complicit in his election lies.
Former Trump aide Steve Bannon could face prison time after being indicted for refusing to testify before the committee probing the Jan. 6 riot.
The Republican congresswoman said the challenge now is whether citizens will do their duty and “defend the Constitution and stand for truth.”
"To spread those kinds of lies" about Jan. 6 is "really dangerous," Liz Cheney told Chris Wallace just days after his colleague did exactly that.
"Her behavior suggests somebody that ... is not tethered to reality or basic standards of decent behavior," the CNN host said of her fight with Liz Cheney.
Bannon is refusing to comply with a subpoena from the nine-member House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack.
The Jan. 6 House committee unanimously voted to charge Steve Bannon, a former aide to President Donald Trump, with criminal contempt of Congress for defying its subpoena.
“You all know that there is no evidence of widespread election fraud sufficient to overturn the election."
Firefighting can have lasting physical and mental consequences, and advocates argue it's time for the government to do more to help.
The Wyoming Republican said colleagues in her party have whispered support but won't come forward publicly.
The Republican congresswoman, whose sister is married to a woman, said her previous views were "misguided."
The Wyoming lawmaker refused help from "that son of a bitch" as she blamed him for the violent insurrection, according to a new book.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) named Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) to a select committee to investigate the Jan.6 attack.