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Vote to oust Rep. Cheney scheduled for May 12th

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An official vote to oust Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) as the Republican Conference chair is set for Wednesday May 12th at 9 AM EST. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-NY, is the main contender to replace her.

The move comes after Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) revealed his true opinion of Cheney on a “hot mic” saying, “she has serious problems.” McCarthy even admitted that other GOP members have taken issue with the Wyoming representative.

This is the second time this calendar year that a vote has been scheduled to oust Cheney. The first came after Cheney voted to impeach Trump following the Jan. 6th Capitol riots.

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Passports Seized in Raid; Trump Cannot Leave US?

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On Monday, former President Donald Trump once again took to his social media platform Truth to keep the public apprised on his life. “Wow, in the raid by the FBI on Mar-a-Lago, they stole my three Passports (one expired), along with everything else.”

Daily Mail reports that Trump likely had not only a U.S. citizens passport, but also a red colored ‘diplomatic’ passport issued for official government travel when he was President. “If true, he cannot leave the country” adds Daily Mail.

“This is an assault on a political opponent at a level never before seen in our country. Third World” Trump wrote.

Trump told Fox News Digital that he offered to do “whatever he can” to fix the simmering tensions because people are “So angry at what is taking place.”

“People are so angry at what is taking place,” Trump told Fox when asked about reaching out. “Whatever we can do to help—because the temperature has to be brought down in the country. If it isn’t, terrible things are going to happen.”

He added: “The people of this country are not going to stand for another scam.”

Daily Mail reports that Federal law enforcement agencies are warning of ‘an increase in threats and acts of violence’ directed at FBI personnel after agents executed a search warrant on Trump’s Florida home.

Trump also told Fox News Digital that he had his representatives reach out to the DOJ to offer assistance as outrage in his base ensues over the FBI’s raid on his private residence.

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