Live stream for Rally to Outt Liz Cheney

Former President Donald Trump will be running for GOP congressional candidate Harriet Hageman over Memorial Day weekend, stepping up her challenge to Trump’s longtime Republican rival Liz Cheney of Wyoming.

Trump is scheduled to hold a rally in support of his backed candidate in the closely watched home race for the state’s general district on Saturday, May 28.

The event will take place at the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper, Wyoming. The parking lot opens at 8am, the doors open and the entertainment starts at 11am. Speakers will take the stage at 1 p.m. before Trump delivers his speech at 4 p.m

The rally will feature a long list of conservative speakers, including some of Trump’s closest allies in Congress: Representatives Andy Biggs, Matt Gaetz, Lauren Boebert and Kat Cammack. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, House Speaker Elise Stefanik and Rep. Jim Jordan will make a special video address.

Also present are Wyoming Republican Party Chairman Frank Eathorne, State Senator Cheri Steinmetz, State Assemblyman Chip Neiman, State Assemblyman John Bear and former State Assemblyman Marti Halverson.

Tickets are available on Trump’s official website, but only two tickets can be reserved per mobile number.

The event will also be streamed live here on the Right Side Broadcasting Network’s YouTube channel.

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Former President Donald Trump is set to host a rally in Casper, Wyoming over Memorial Day weekend. Above, Trump tosses hats to the crowd as he arrives in Delaware, Ohio, during a rally at the Delaware County Fairgrounds April 23.
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Cheney has become one of the Republican Party’s most vocal critics of Trump, who voted for his second impeachment and has become his top threat on the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot.

Her opposition to the former president — with the bulk of the GOP standing by him — has not only cost the Wyoming Republican her leadership position in the House faction, it has also jeopardized her chances of re-election this year.

Trump, McCarthy and Stefanik all endorsed Hageman in the August 16 primary.

A statement describing Saturday’s event positioned the rally as “a continuation of President Trump’s unprecedented effort to advance the MAGA agenda by energizing voters and highlighting America First candidates and causes.”

Wyoming’s largest print newspaper has warned that the “proxy war” between Cheney and Trump could leave “debris” only after the midterms and ultimately result in the state relinquishing its “political autonomy.”

A trio of satirical posters attacking Hageman, who worked for Cheney’s 2014 Senate campaign and criticized the former president during his 2016 presidential bid, surfaced ahead of Trump’s appearance in Casper, according to local media.

One billboard features the two Wyoming candidates along with a quote from Hageman describing Cheney as “a tried and true brave constitutional conservative,” while another features Hageman’s 2016 quotes calling Trump “the weakest.” candidate is designated in the GOP primary.

The third billboard was aimed at out-of-state visitors coming to get a close look at Trump, telling them, “Out-of-state visitors to the Trump Rally – Welcome to Casper! Support our local businesses and spend big!”

https://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-wyoming-rally-live-stream-harriet-hageman-liz-cheney-1710457 Live stream for Rally to Outt Liz Cheney

Rick Schindler

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