Liz Cheney Is Paying the Price in Her Home State for Crossing Trump – Bloomberg

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Representative Liz Cheney walks through the anteroom during a hearing of the January 6th committee in Washington, D.C. on June 13. 

Liz Cheney’s starring role in making the case against Donald Trump in nationally televised hearings has made this stalwart conservative a pariah among Republicans and won her few friends in her home state of Wyoming, where her family is considered almost royalty.
It’s an unenviable position for the 55-year-old daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney — once the highest-ranking Republican woman in Congress — to be in as she fights for re-election to her seat in the House. Her Trump-backed primary opponent, Harriet Hageman, is ahead in a campaign run by former Trump advisers and indirectly backed by top state GOP officials.