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Elise Stefanik tells Steve Bannon in 2022 Republicans need Trump and “his coalition of voters”

In an overture to the MAGA crowd, Rep. Elise Stefanik (RN.Y.) appeared on Steve Bannon’s radio show Thursday, saying that Republicans must “have the support” of former President Donald Trump and “run” to the midterm elections 2022 to win “his coalition of voters.” Stefanik is the front runner, replacing Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) As Chair of the House Republican Conference should Cheney be ousted from the position. Cheney is a Trump critic, while Stefanik, who emerged as one of Trump’s greatest defenders during his first impeachment, has doubled her support. “I am determined to be a voice and send a clear message that we are a team,” Stefanik told Bannon [Trump] and to work with all of our excellent Republican Congressmen. “Several conservative experts, media outlets, and organizations have accused Stefanik of being too moderate, and the Growth Club has even labeled her” liberal. “She was on Trump’s side 78 percent of the time, compared with Cheney at 93 percent, and while many of his fans rail against Stefanik, Trump likes her and considers Stefanik a “Republican star.” Stefanik also told Bannon that she “fully supports” Arizona’s Republican-controlled Senate is conducting an unusual scrutiny of the November presidential election in Maricopa County Maricopa County’s election officials already conducted two audits and found no evidence of election fraud, but Trump continues to spread false claims that the election was rigged against him. “We want transparency and answers for the American people,” Stefanik said, saying later to Bannon that she wanted “to be able to our choice security and choice opportunities to improve and strengthen on integrity. “The Justice Department became aware of the test, and the Civil Rights Department asked the Arizona Senate to explain the steps they are taking to ensure that the ballots are secure and that no voter intimidation is being committed. More stories from theweek .com5 brutally hilarious cartoons about the GOP’s avoidance of Liz CheneyConservatives say McConnell is fighting the Democratic suffrage law with the heresy of Liz Cheney

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