Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-NY, is making her case to be House Republican Conference Chair, promising a “disciplined, unified” message, after her GOP colleagues ousted Rep. Liz Cheney from the position Wednesday.
“I strongly believe that one of the most important qualities in any leader is the commitment and ability to listen,” Stefanik wrote in a letter to colleagues, formally announcing her candidacy.
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She added that she has “had hundreds of productive and informative conversations with Members from all corners of our Conference” this week.
She criticized President Biden’s policies made within his first 100 days in office as “the most significant Far-Left Socialist dismantling of America by any President or Congress in our Nation’s history.”
Trump endorsed Stefanik, who has repeatedly expressed support for the former president, for the conference chair position on Wednesday.
Stefanik, 36, was the youngest woman ever
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