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Trump never holds back what he thinks about the RINOs in office. That was undoubtedly true at his South Carolina rally this weekend.  Trump went full throttle against Liz Cheney, a prominent Republican sell-out from Wyoming. Cheney is a well-known establishment candidate who works more with the Democrats than her own Republican colleagues.

Cheney is one of two Republicans (if you can call them that) who serve on the infamous January 6th committee. She has also made her opposition to Trump very public. On her official campaign website, Cheney proudly says, “ I’m a constitutional conservative, and I do not recognize those in my party who have abandoned the Constitution to embrace Donald Trump.”

At the last rally in South Carolina, Trump went after both Nancy Mace (R-SC) and Liz Cheney (R-WY). According to Breitbart News, Trump explained the history between himself and Nancy Mace in which he claimed that she asked for his endorsement and promised to be “America first.” Breitbart reported that Trump said, “Instead, the first thing Nancy Mace did when she got to Washington was start attacking Republicans and hold a fundraiser for wacky Liz Cheney,”

Cheney, at this point, shouldn’t even be considered a Republican; in fact, many people do not consider her one. Trump, who has been very vocal about his disdain for Liz Cheney, endorsed her opponent Harriet Hagemen, so it’s no surprise that he decided to throw shade at her during one of his many rallies.

Trump called both of them out when he said, “Thankfully, this June, you have the chance to dump these grandstanding losers and replace them with two rock-solid America First champions.”