Jim Jordan on Liz Cheney: ‘I Was for Making a Change Three Months Ago’

‘Unfortunately, our conference chair wants to continue to talk about things that are not in best interest of the party and the conference’

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JORDAN: "Well, it’s tough to be the spokesperson for your party, for your conference when you disagree with where 90 percent of your party and the conference is. So I do think there’s going to be a change. I was for making a change three months ago. There was a vote and that didn’t prevail. Since that time, I've said we should be focused on the crazy things that the Democrats are doing, all their left-wing agenda and their spending and so forth. But unfortunately, our conference chair wants to continue to talk about things that aren't, I think, in the best interest of the party, in the best interest of the conference. So I do think there’s going to be another vote and I think the outcome will be different."

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