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Here’s a recap, from Joan E Greve:

Liz Cheney, the representative of Wyoming and third-highest ranking House Republican, said her party needed to distance itself from white supremacy and Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda.

Speaking at a virtual event with the Reagan Institute, Cheney – who voted with Democrats to impeach Trump – said, “These ideas are just as dangerous today as they were in 1940, when isolationists launched the America First movement to appease Hitler and prevent America from aiding Britain in the fight against the Nazis.”

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