Former Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney has announced a new book, “Oath and Honor: A Memoir and a Warning,” set to be released in November, months before 2024 primary and caucus season opens. The book portrays Cheney as a courageous whistleblower who exposed former President Donald Trump’s role in challenging and hindering the Electoral College vote for President Joe Biden, adding that she is now considered a martyr.
The publisher, Little, Brown, and Company, describes the book as an urgent, much-needed account of Cheney’s decision to stand almost alone against her party.
According to Cheney, the book will explain why she risked her career, her seat, and her position in leadership to do what she knew was right. Noted Publisher Bruce Nichols called Cheney’s book “an inspirational call to action” and “a warning about the fragility of our constitutional republic and what is required to defend and sustain it.” Cheney’s comments come as a new poll found that her support has doubled in the wake of Trump’s indictment, creating a potential shake-up of the 2024 GOP race.
Cheney’s book will be an important contribution to the national conversation about the future of American democracy. She has shown courage in standing up against her party and exposing the truth about Trump’s efforts to undermine the democratic process.
The book will be a must-read for anyone who cares about the future of our country and the integrity of our elections. Cheney’s decision to write the book is an act of bravery and a testament to her commitment to putting country over party.