Cheney calls Trump ‘enemy of the Constitution’ after he proposes terminating it

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) called former President Donald Trump an “enemy of the Constitution” on Sunday, after he suggested considering “termination” of the Constitution on Saturday — one of few overt condemnations in the GOP of Trump’s words.

“No honest person can now deny that Trump is an enemy of the Constitution,” Cheney tweeted on Sunday.

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), who has served with Cheney on the select committee investigating the attack on the Capitol, said the former president “hates the Constitution.”

“Not a single conservative can legitimately support him, and not a single supporter can be called a conservative,” Kinzinger said. “This is insane.”

Kinzinger, like Cheney, is a frequent Trump critic who’s leaving Congress in January. Other Republicans on Sunday were also critical of the idea of the Constitution being set aside, but they declined to say whether they’d vote for Trump again after the statement.

“It is certainly not

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