Removing Rep. Liz Cheney from her role as the House’s No. 3 Republican is “kind of doubling down on failure,” Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday morning.
“I think it was a mistake,” Hogan said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Liz Cheney is a solid conservative Republican who voted with the president 93 percent of the time. I thought she just stood up and told the truth and said exactly what she thought.
“To ostracize somebody or remove them from their leadership position, it’s crazy,” the Maryland Republican added. “I mean, it’s kind of doubling down on failure. We’ve lost the White House, the House, the Senate over the past four years, and to continue to do the exact same thing and expect a different result is the definition of insanity.”