George W. Bush Maxes Out Political Donations to Trump Impeachment Supporters Liz Cheney and Lisa Murkowski

Former President George W. Bush gave the maximum allowed political contributions to Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney and Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, two Republicans who supported impeaching former President Donald Trump over the January 6 Capitol riot.

New disclosures filed with the Federal Election Commission said Bush gave Cheney $5,800 on October 28 for both the general and primary elections. On December 31, he also gave Murkowski $2,900 for her primary. The FEC sets limits on political contributions.

Cheney, the daughter of Bush’s own vice president, Dick Cheney, and an outspoken Trump critic, now serves as the lead Republican on the House Select Committee investigating January 6. She’s set to face off against Harriet Hageman, a former RNC official who has been endorsed by Trump, in an August primary. Cheney has outraised Hageman by more than four to one — $2 million for Cheney versus $440,00 for Hageman — FEC disclosures showed. . .

Cheney was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump over inciting an insurrection on January 6, while Murkowski was one of seven Republican senators who voted to convict him.

FEC records indicated that Bush didn’t make any other political contributions in 2021 before October. (Read more from “George W. Bush Maxes Out Political Donations to Trump Impeachment Supporters Liz Cheney and Lisa Murkowski” HERE)

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