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Assault on the Capitol: the Republican Party sanctions two elected anti-Trump


Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger are the only two Republicans to sit on the parliamentary committee seeking to shed light on the actions of the former president during the attack on the United States Congress by his supporters on January 6, 2021.

Meeting in Congress in the mountainous state of Utah, the party passed a mainly symbolic no-confidence motion against them, accusing them of behavior destructive to the House of Representatives, the Republican Party and our Republic.

At the same time, he pointed out that the January 6 demonstrations, which some Democrats call an act of terrorism, were a legitimate political expression.

This vote on Friday once again confirms the considerable influence that Donald Trump retains in his camp, more than a year after being ousted from power by Joe Biden.

The Republican billionaire has repeatedly accused Liz Cheney, who has become one of his biggest enemies in the US Congress, of being disloyal and warmongering and announced in September to support his rival in a Republican primary to prevent him from being re-elected.

This poll in Wyoming promises to be one of the most watched in the midterm elections.

Liz Cheney blasted that Republican Party leaders have made themselves the willing hostages of a man who admits trying to overthrow a presidential election.

Behind the scenes, several tenors of the Republican Party, starting with former President George Bush, have nevertheless made donations to his re-election campaign.

And several moderate party figures denounced Friday’s vote. Shame descends on a party that would censor truth-seekers in the face of vitriolunderlined the senator Mitt Romney.

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