Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) spoke with Fox News Radio's Guy Benson about House Republican's chances at retaking the House Of Representatives come November. Cheney when asked if she sees Republicans making gains in the house this election cycle said,

"Absolutely. Look, I think if you if you look at what's happening around the country in these seats that Democrats are in, in districts that President Trump won, in districts that ought to be Republican districts, what we are seeing a lot of is Democratic incumbents who, frankly, are campaigning the way that Joe Biden is campaigning, which is they're in hiding. They do not want to go home and have to explain why it is their speaker of The House has gone as far left as she has, why it is she is not willing to actually sit down and do what's necessary to help to provide people an extension on ppp, to help to make sure that people have the resources and the relief they need. Why she was so insistent in terms of defending China. If if you want to talk about an issue on which our candidates across this country are speaking to the voters, it is holding China accountable for what's happened in terms of the pandemic."

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