Sen. Elizabeth Warren
(D-Mass.) offered a candid appraisal on the present status of the GOP
on Wednesday's transmission of "The Late Show
"The Republican Party
is eating itself and it is finding that the dinner is toxic," Warren proclaimed, reacting to Rep. Liz Cheney
's (R-Wyo.) cleanse from GOP House administration for declining to back ex-President Donald Trump
's political race lies.
"Late Show" have Stephen Colbert
inquired as to whether there was any sort of political arrangement that Republicans
Warren shook her head.
"This is about reliability to one individual," she said, which means Trump.
"It's not about vote based system, it's not about guideline, it's not tied in with anything aside from everybody needs to twist a knee and promise unwaveringness to one person. We've never done this in our country. This isn't the manner by which a majority rules system capacities."
Watch the video here:
Around evening time! @SenWarren responds to Rep. Cheney's ouster from GOP authority: "The Republican Party is eating itself and it is finding that the dinner is harmful." pic.twitter
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