Liz Cheney, Wyoming's At-Large Congressional Representative, was the featured speaker tonight for Congressman Bob Latta's Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner in Archbold. Cheney currently serves as the House Republican Conference Chair, the third-highest position of GOP House Leadership and is the highest ranking female GOP member of the US House.
Prior to becoming a Member of Congress, Cheney served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Middle East. Along with her father, former VP Dick Cheney, she co-authored "Exceptional: Why The World Needs A Powerful America."
Congresswoman Cheney called The Scott Sands Show to talk about the Democrats first 100 days in control of the House of Representatives, saying the Democratic Party has a "different approach" from the days of President John F. Kennedy, claiming they have come to "embrace" socialism and policies that would "fundamentally steal power from the American people and give it to the government."
We also talked with Congresswoman Cheney about the Mueller Report, the Electoral College, and GOP Tax Reform.