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Fox News Broadcast a Dick Cheney Ad Calling Trump a “Coward.”

In a campaign ad supporting his daughter, Representative Liz Cheney, who is running for re-election in Wyoming, you can hear Dick Cheney, who served as Vice President of the United States under George H.W. Bush, talking about Donald Trump. Along with Trump, both of the Cheneys are affiliated with the Republican Party.

CNN was informed by a spokeswoman for Cheney that the advertisement will be broadcast on Fox News programs, such as “Fox & Friends” and “Hannity.”

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“It’s important not only for Fox News viewers but also for the network’s hosts and top executives, to hear former Vice President Cheney’s warning about the ongoing danger Donald Trump and his lies post to our constitutional republic,” said Jeremy Adler, a spokesperson for the Liz Cheney campaign.

“It’s important to hear former Vice President Cheney’s warning about the ongoing danger Donald Trump and his lies post to our constitutional republic.”

The results of a poll that was conducted in 2020 by The Economist and YouGov found that Republicans believe Fox News to be the most trustworthy major television news company, while Democrats believe CNN to be the most trustworthy news source on the TV.


Dick Cheney claims about Donald Trump in the advertisement for the campaign titled “He Knows It” that Trump “tried to steal the last election using falsehoods and violence to retain himself in power after the voters had rejected him.”

The now-viral video shows the former two-term vice president, who previously served as the defence secretary under President George H.W. Bush, applauding his daughter’s efforts as the vice chair of the select committee hearings on January 6.

The hearings took place on January 6. The investigation into the assault on the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, has been carried out by a committee in the House of Representatives that is comprised of members from both major political parties.

The committee has presented evidence suggesting that President Trump and his supporters were aware that he had lost the presidential election in 2020, but they still went ahead and inspired the riot at the Capitol complex while Congress was meeting to certify Democrat Joe Biden’s electoral victory.

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“He was unable to win the election, and he was unsuccessful to a significant degree. In the advertisement, Dick Cheney is heard saying, “I know it, he knows it, and I think deep down that the majority of Republicans know it.”

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Cheney maintains that “a true guy” would never deceive those who support him and “a real man” would never lie.

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