Liz Cheney Tries to Sabotage Trump’s CNN Interview, Gets Shut Down by Harriet Hageman

President Donald Trump will return to CNN for the first time in years for a primetime interview on the network tomorrow night.

The Democrats are furious with CNN for giving Trump air time.

However, the new boss at the network’s parent company silenced them all by saying that this is the “new CNN.”

Liz Cheney was not happy with CNN working with Trump so she launched a plan to sabotage the interview.

Cheney made a new ad attacking Trump that is runs on CNN before and during Trump’s big town hall.

The 60-second spot, which Cheney narrates but does not appear in, is funded by her political action committee.

Cheney says in the ad:

“Donald Trump is a risk America can never take again.

“He is the only president in American history who has refused to guarantee peaceful transfer of power and betrayed millions of Americans by telling them the election was stolen.

“Trump is unfit for office.”


Harriet Hageman, who crushed Cheney in the last election and knocked her out of Congress, said:

“There is one person who Republican voters wish would go away, and it’s not Donald Trump.

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“It’s Liz Cheney.

“In Wyoming, we rejected the idea that a woman from Virginia could tell us what we should think, and the voters of New Hampshire will do that too.

“Her personal vendetta against President Trump knows no bounds, and she’s proven it once again with this ad.

“She’s taking the donations she’s gotten from Democrats and throwing them away on ineffective TV ads to settle a personal score.

“She might as well be setting the money on fire, because it won’t work, just like all her other attempts to silence President Trump.”

READ MORE: Trump Puts CNN on Notice Ahead of Town Hall: ‘It Could Turn into a Disaster for All, Including Me’

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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