Removing Rep. Liz Cheney from her role as the House’s No. 3 Republican is “kind of doubling down on failure,” Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday morning.
“I think it was a mistake,” Hogan said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Liz Cheney is a solid conservative Republican who voted with the president 93 percent of the time. I thought she just stood up and told the truth and said exactly what she thought.
“To ostracize somebody or remove them from their leadership
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