BREAKING: Donald Trump Holds Rally With Harriet Hageman

One congressional Republican has been extremely critical of Donald Trump from the get-go.

Liz Cheney.

It seems safe to say that Liz didn’t really know who she was messing with.

Trump has inspired so many millions of people, that you have to be very, very careful with how you criticize him if you do not want to lose the support of Republicans.

It’s safe to say that Liz Cheney was anything but careful with how she talked to and about Donald Trump.

Instead, she just kept running her mouth.

Now, she’s paying the price.

Trump made it his personal mission to make sure that Liz Cheney did not get reelected to Congress in Wyoming, and he appears to be doing a pretty good job.

He’s been campaigning with Cheney’s opponent: Harriet Hageman.

The result?

Cheney is getting DEMOLISHED. She’s down by 30 points.

Go ahead, Liz. Keep talking. America wants to show you what happens.

Even if you don’t agree with everything Trump says, hopefully you’re smart enough to not try and lampoon him.

This is what happens.

Source: Breitbart

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