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Chainy defends Trump's criticism, January 6 committee works in Wyoming debate

(CNN)Wyoming State Parliamentarian Liz Cheneysaid Republicans were "threatening death to individuals" Cast-former President Donald Trump-and on January 6, 2021, defended her work on a committee investigating riots during debates with four major Republican challengers.

"There was a tragedy that was happening, and that tragedy was when politicians in this country, including Donald Trump, lied to Americans. People were betrayed. He consistently elected Mr. Chaney in a debate broadcast by Wyoming PBS prior to the Primary on August 16th.

She added: "I We are now embracing the worship of individuality. I am not part of it. I always keep my vows and uphold the truth. "

Chainy is the ex of Wyoming. Trump-backedHarriet Hagueman, a woman from the National Committee of the Republican Party, will face three other Republicans in the state's only preliminary election for the US House of Representatives. Her rivals attacked Chainy over her role as one of two Republicans in a House panel investigating the US Capitol riots, dismissing the importance of her investigation.

Chainy launched her attack early in the debate, noting that Hagemann's campaign hired Bill Stepien's consulting firm, a former Trump campaign manager. According to Chaney, Stepien was able to participate in "Team Normal" as Trump and some of his allies began spreading lies and conspiracy theories about fraud after Trump's defeat in the 2020 elections. I told the committee that I was happy.

"I want to know if my opponent Hageman is willing to say that the election wasn't stolen here tonight. She knows the election wasn't stolen," Chaney said. Said.

But Chainy said that doing so would sacrifice Hageman Trump's support. "If she says she wasn't stolen, he wouldn't support her," said a lawmaker.

Hageman made some false claims about the 2020 elections and quoted the "2000 Mules" movie, which forged a ballot dropbox and a conspiracy theory about "Zuckerberg money." And his wife, Priscilla Chan, to help local election authorities navigate the coronavirus pandemic.

"The truth is important," Chainy said. "And Mr. Hageman's allegations about the 2020 election are the same as the allegations rejected by the president's chief lawyer, Rudy Giuliani," she added. The state of New York said it had made "apparently false and misunderstandings" about the 2020 elections, according to the Court of Appeals.

"They aren't just true. It's not true that there was enough fraud to change the outcome of the 2020 elections. The president's own prosecutor-general said that, the president himself. Deputy Attorney General said it and that is, President Trump-President Trump's election manager said it; President Trump's White House adviser said it; President Trump's own family said it.