Cheney to lead organization against possible Trump reelection effort, report
Cheney will use the group as her primary political outreach organization as she debates whether to run for president
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Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, who lost her reelection bid Tuesday is reportedly planning on mobilizing a "unified effort" to oppose any plans former President Trump may have to run for reelection.
"In coming weeks, Liz will be launching an organization to educate the American people about the ongoing threat to our Republic, and to mobilize a unified effort to oppose any Donald Trump campaign for president," Cheney spokesperson Jeremy Adler told Politico.
Cheney will use the group as her primary political outreach organization as she debates whether to run for president in 2024.
The group's name has not been publicly announced yet, but Politico speculates that it could be called The Great Task, which is the name of Cheney's last campaign ad. She referenced The Great Task, which is from President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, during her concession speech on Tuesday evening.
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