representative. Liz Cheney on Thursday issued a vote for a waiver she made after the Wyoming Republican primary to counter her opponent Harriet Hageman’s allegations that she only received a “two-second letter” from The defeated incumbent.
During a Wednesday night Fox News appearance, Hagman said she received a “two-second short message on my cellphone” from Cheney on Tuesday night as she prepared to give her acceptance speech.
“She just said, ‘Hey, Harriet,’ and then hung up?” asked Hannity.
“That was the end of the call, yes,” Hagman replied. “That was the only time. It was about 8:15 last night and I was just getting ready on stage with the acceptance speech and I didn’t get a chance to visit her.”
But the voicemail of Cheney’s voice Submitted to POLITICO This assertion challenges.
“Hey, Harriet, it’s Liz Cheney calling,” Cheney heard in a voice moment after an aide told her that the AP had called the race in favor of Hageman. “It’s about 8:13 on Tuesday the 16th, I am calling for the election to be waived and congratulating you on the victory. Thank you.”
In response to Hagman’s campaign Release a video Turns out she received a voicemail from Cheney saying only, “Hoody Harriet,” followed by silence until the call ended after about 10 seconds.
Cheney, who lost to Trump-backed Hagman by more than 35 percentage points, later told Politico that she tried to reach out to her rival three times but eventually left a voicemail before heading out to deliver the concession speech.
She said she did not hear back from Hagman.
Cheney faced a primary challenger after angering former President Donald Trump by voting to impeach him in 2021 for his role in the Capitol riots on Jan. 6.
The daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney also serves as a vice chair on the House Select Committee to investigate the January 6 riots.
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