Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) was defeated in a landslide yesterday. In her concession speech, she said her path tracks similarly with Abraham Lincoln who, like Cheney, lost a Senate and House race. So, maybe losing her re-election bid was part of her plan to be President.

In this hour, Vince talks about what the new Inflation Reduction Act means for the working class and small businesses. More on Liz Cheney’s obsession with taking down Donald Trump.

In this hour, Liz Cheney loses Wyoming primary in a landslide. Ron DeSantis looks to help veterans amid teacher shortages. Also, More on Donald Trump.

Mick Mulvaney joined The Bo Thompson Morning Show on Monday to discuss the burning topics in Washington from this past week. The former White House Chief of Staff covered a lot of ground on the debt ceiling, COVID-19 booster shots, and will defunct GOP Senator Liz Cheney be running for president? 


Cheney’s replacement is widely expected to be Rep. Elise Stefanik, (R-N.Y.). A 36-year-old with only six years of experience as a lawmaker and at the time was the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. Stefanik has appealed to the younger generation of GOP members and fits the mold established by the party.  


The Wyoming Representative, who has served in congress since 2017, reportedly refused to apologize for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump during a closed-door meeting on Wednesday. Cheney was among the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach the former president for inciting the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.