Large GOP donors are trying to channel money to anti-Trump Republicans to get the party out of its grip
Republicans want to put large donations into the campaigns of candidates and politicians who have spoken out against it Donald Trump as they attempt to unleash the party from its grip amid an escalating GOP civil war.
Wyoming representative Liz Cheney held a fundraiser with around 50 Republican donors on February 5 to discuss her 2022 re-election campaign after joining House Democrats in the vote to charge Trump with inciting the Capitol uprising.
Michael Epstein, a top GOP donor in Maryland, said The guard Many donors are expected to give up to $ 5,800 in Cheney’s campaign to suppress Trump’s efforts to oust her. “We want to show them a really big cycle to scare off the competition,” he said. “We want people who make judgments based on what is right.”