At a recent House Republican caucus meeting, G.O.P. Members attacked Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) for criticizing President Trump, according to Politico.com. One Member allegedly told the Congresswoman that if she has differences with Donald Trump she should keep them to herself. Is that what we want from our elected officials? Are Republicans in Congress obligated to shut up about their contrary views in an election year, or any other time?
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