United States: Donald Trump settles his accounts in Congress
The former president is leading the charge against elected Republican officials who voted for his impeachment. Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice-President Dick Cheney, could lose her responsibilities in Congress this Wednesday, May 12, in favor of a newcomer who is more moderate, but loyal to Donald Trump.
Donald Trump is no longer president, he has been silenced by the Americans, but also by Facebook and Twitter. But he remains active: from his inner Florida exile, he has waged his vendetta against Republicans who failed to defend him during his second impeachment. His next victim is Liz Cheney, a party figure guilty of exposing responsibility for the attack on Capitol Hill and rejecting his fiction of a stolen election.