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Because Representative Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) was defeated by a candidate who had Trump’s endorsement on Tuesday, eight of the ten House Republicans who supported Donald Trump’s second attempt at impeachment will not be returning to Congress in the next session.

Because Representative Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) was defeated by a candidate who had Trump’s endorsement on Tuesday, eight of the ten House Republicans who supported Donald Trump’s second attempt at impeachment will not be returning to Congress in the next session.

Their exits signal that Trump’s influence on the Republican Party is as strong as it has ever been, and maybe even rising, as he mulls over a possible bid for the presidency again in 2024. Whether the voters pushed them out or they chose to retire, this might be the case.

It should be no surprise that Cheney is the latest Republican supporter of impeachment to lose her primary. Joe Kent, a candidate with Trump’s endorsement, successfully unseated the moderate Republican representative Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington state last week.

Rep. Peter Meijer (R-Michigan), a veteran of the Iraq War, was defeated in the Republican primary earlier this month by a candidate sponsored by President Trump, which sparked outrage about Democratic interference in the election.

Rep. Tom Rice (R-South Carolina), who voted to impeach President Trump, was defeated in his party’s primary election in June by a state legislator named Russell Fry. Fry is a supporter of Trump and said that Rice “betrayed the trust” of his voters by voting to impeach Trump.

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