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Whoopi Goldberg Begs Liz Cheney to Run for President

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Whoopi Goldberg urged Liz Cheney to consider running as an independent presidential candidate during Cheney’s appearance on “The View.”

Goldberg expressed the need for a third-party candidate, given the state of the Republican party.

Cheney, a vocal critic of Donald Trump, mentioned that she hasn’t ruled out a presidential run and emphasized the importance of voting for candidates who prioritize protecting the Constitution. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

Goldberg told Cheney, “We probably don’t agree on a lot of stuff but we agree on the fact that we have a lot of respect for the country.”

“Do you see yourself, and would you ever consider being the conduit to that third party, because I don’t know the Republican party, as we knew it, will survive this. Would you consider, please would you, consider being that person?” Goldberg encouraged.

“I’m begging you. I’m down on one knee,” the host exclaimed.

Cheney said, “But I think it’s really important this election cycle, everyone has to go vote.”

“You’ve got to be willing to say I’m not going to vote for the candidate who is from the party I belong to, I’m going to vote for the candidate who I trust to protect the Constitution,” she continued.

Cheney has been conducting media interviews to promote her recent memoir, which focuses on the Capitol siege and its aftermath.

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