Rep. Liz Cheney was voted out of House GOP leadership in a quick voice vote Wednesday morning.
Senate Democrats are increasingly skeptical of extending the added $300 unemployment benefit after the weaker-than-expected jobs report.
She said she won’t remain silent even in the face of impending cancellation by her own party.
But Rep. Chip Roy hardly embraced Cheney’s continued presence as the House GOP’s No. 3.
The sprawling proposal set for its first votes Tuesday faces significant pushback, from state election officials to Joe Manchin — whose vote is a must-have.
One Nation, a nonprofit with ties to Senate GOP leadership, is attacking three of the most vulnerable Democratic senators up next year.
The Texas Republican has spent more than all but one other senator on Facebook ads in recent months, a move that could help him if he runs for president again.
The internal GOP debate over just how high to go is intensifying ahead of President Joe Biden’s scheduled Wednesday meeting with the “Big Four” congressional leaders.