Prediction: Sheriffs speaking out bad omen for Dems
An immigration watchdog that is witnessing the border crisis worsen by the day is praising sheriffs across the country for listening to their communities and sounding the alarm.
Donald Trump spoke before a rousing audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he made it clear he intends to remain a dominant force in the party and also put to rest any speculation about creating a third party.
The former president called out several Republican senators and congressmen by name who supported the recent impeachment including the highest-ranking GOP lawmaker, Liz Cheney, in the group.
“The good news in her state she's been censured,” Trump told CPAC, “and in her state poll numbers have dropped faster than any human being I've ever seen. So hopefully they'll get rid of her with the next election --- get rid of them all."
Cathie Adams, a former chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, says Rep. Cheney deserves to be called out after she led the political "assault” against Trump during the impeachment hearings.
“And so Liz Cheney has already sealed her own fate, I think, with the people of Wyoming,” Adams tells One News Now, referring to censure from her state party and the promise of GOP primary opponents.
Trump’s speech also made headlines for calling his surprising election defeat a “rigged” loss and for mocking Joe Biden’s “disastrous” first few weeks in the White House.
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