Donald Trump is out of office plotting his political comeback.
Now all hell is breaking loose.
And that’s because this brand-new poll left Donald Trump’s jaw on the ground.
Donald Trump has let it be known that step one in his political comeback is exacting revenge on the ten RINOs in the House of Representatives that obeyed Nancy Pelosi’s order to support impeachment following the January 6 riot at the Capitol.
Cheney’s impeachment gambit backfired big league.
Republican voters could see RINOs like Cheney marched along with another sham impeachment as part of a power grab.
And brand-new poll numbers out of Wyoming show voters ready to punish Cheney.
Trump campaign pollster John McLaughlin released a survey showing that following her vote to impeach Trump, 73 percent of Wyoming Republicans have anunfavorable opinion of Liz Cheney.
To demonstrate the depth of Cheney’s political trouble, she trails state Senator Anthony Bouchard by 30 points in a head-to-head primary matchup.
The poll, conducted by Trump’s team and first reported by Politico, shows 73 percent of Republicans in ruby red Wyoming view her unfavorably—while 62 percent of all voters in the state similarly view her unfavorably.
Only 10 percent of GOP voters, and 13 percent of all voters, say they would vote to reelect her, and she trails by more than 30 points—54 percent to 21 percent—against state Sen. Anthony Bouchard, who has announced a campaign against her since her impeachment vote.
The survey of 500 likely voters was conducted by Trump’s pollster John McLaughlin from Jan. 25 to Jan. 26, as revealed in a memo that McLaughlin wrote to Trump adviser Jason Miller.
POLITICO reporter Tara Palmeri traveled to Wyoming to cover a rally held by pro-Trump Congressman Matt Gaetz at the state Capitol to drum up support to oust Liz Cheney.
Palmeri walked away impressed with the event as Gaetz drew nearly 1,000 people to his event with some driving hours to register their disgust with Liz Cheney.
The POLITICO reporter noted the opposition to Cheney was so deep that even when she left the rally to travel around the state, she could not find anyone willing to support Cheney’s vote to impeach Donald Trump, calling their opposition to Cheney a “crusade.”
“Definitely, and I think they see themselves now on a crusade for Donald Trump,” Palmeri stated. “Donald Trump is way more popular than she is, from the people that I spoke to, and I actually went out of my way to try to find someone who would defend her and I really couldn’t.”
Establishment RINOs thought impeachment would provide the staging ground to excommunicate Donald Trump and his voters from the Republican Party.
Instead it could prove to be Liz Cheney’s Waterloo.
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