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Everyone loved Trump’s hilarious tweets that often took aim at his most ardent political enemies in the most humorous way. Actually, when you boil it down, Trump leveraged his popularity on social media to secure his place in the White House.

While Big Tech overlords stripped the Former President of his freedom to use social media, he certainly does not disappoint in creating knee-slapping content for his supporters to enjoy.

Trump’s most recent targets aren’t Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, or even Joe Biden; they’re even closer to home. The Former President has taken aim at members of his own party, those who we lovingly refer to as Republicans In Name Only, or RINOs.

Former President Donald Trump shared a “must-see photo” of Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney with the face of President George W. Bush.

Trump released the statement through the Save America PAC, a regular habit Trump has made in the absence of his social media accounts. Cheney is one of the most vocal critics of Trump in the Republican Party, and Trump has endorsed a Republican challenger looking to unseat Cheney in 2022. Bush will headline a fundraiser for Cheney next week.

Cheney’s Trump-endorsed challenger is former national Republican committeewoman Harriet Hageman.

Trump has lashed out at Cheney and many other Republicans he views as rivals since departing from the White House, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Trump succeeded in an effort to oust Cheney from Republican House leadership in May, with Rep. Elise Stefanik replacing her as the third-highest ranking Republican in the chamber.

Cheney responded in kind, saying Trump has no role to play in the future of the Republican Party.

“I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office,” Cheney told reporters at the time.

And how is that working out for you, Liz? Donald Trump has never been more popular and you are one election away from falling back into obscurity.

“The party is in a place that we’ve got to bring it back from,” Cheney added. “We cannot be dragged backward by the very dangerous lies of a former president.”

Whatever you say, Cheney.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth