Politics Cindy McCain to Colbert: John McCain Would Be Ashamed by the GOP’s Trumpian Cowardice
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on Monday lamented the “disarray” within the Republican Party while praising Wyoming Congresswoman for not lying about the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
Speaking with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert, McCain said Cheney has “handled herself beautifully” amid Republicansfrom the No. 3 leadership position of conference chair last week.
“It’s odd, now our party seems to be rewarding bad behavior and then trashing those who tell the truth and are honest about what’s actually going on,” McCain said. “We have lost our way. Our party is in such disarray right now.”
Mitt Romney Warns GOP Removing Cheney From Leadership Role Will 'Cost Us' Voters
"Expelling Liz Cheney from leadership won't gain the GOP one additional voter, but it will cost us quite a few," Romney cautioned pro-Trump Republicans on Monday.Romney, a longtime target of former President Donald Trump and his most ardent GOP supporters, remarked Monday that "expelling Liz Cheney from leadership won't gain the GOP one additional voter, but it will cost us quite a few." The former 2012 GOP presidential nominee rebuked the recent public remarks of the top two House GOP lawmakers, Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise.
Cheney, who has refused to go along with others in her party in perpetuating the “Big Lie” that the election was stolen,a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump’s involvement in the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. This did not sit well with a majority of Republicans in Congress, as they still largely take their cues from the former commander-in-chief.
“I feel deep in my heart that John [McCain] would be very disappointed in what’s going on and the lack of courage on the part of so many of our senators and congressmen to stand up to what this is,” McCain continued. “What we’re seeing is the demise of the party of Abraham Lincoln right now.”
In place of Cheney,ardent Trump backer Rep. Elise Stefanik, one of 147 House Republicans who voted against certifying Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory.
Yet McCain, who endorsed Biden, is still holding out hope for the GOP.
“I believe we can pull ourselves back, but this is going to be a long road,” she explained.
“We have been compromised in so many different ways, and we’re no longer practicing what we used to be, and that was the party of inclusion, the party of decency and debate that was not personal, and we’re so far astray right now, it’s awful.”
Pelosi: McCarthy opposition to Jan. 6 riot commission is ‘cowardice’ .
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of “cowardice” after he announced his plan to vote against forming a Jan. 6 riot commission. © Provided by Washington Examiner “I’m pleased that we have a bipartisan bill to come to the floor and disappointing but not surprising that the cowardice on the part of some on the Republican side not to want to find that truth,” Pelosi told reporters Tuesday. The California Democrat's remarks came in response to McCarthy’s announcement hours earlier that he’ll oppose the commission, which is up for a House vote this week.