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U.S. House Candidate Chuck Gray Suspends Congressional Campaign

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By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily

Another candidate has dropped out of the Republican primary for Wyoming’s lone U.S. House seat following former President Trump’s endorsement of Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman.

State Rep. Chuck Gray (R-Casper) on Tuesday morning announced he will suspend his campaign but didn’t mention an endorsement of Hageman.

“Our first and most important goal is to unite to defeat Liz Cheney,” Gray said in a statement.  “With that in mind, I will be suspending my campaign today.”

Gray becomes the second major candidate to leave the race. Cheyenne attorney Darin Smith suspended his campaign last week following Trump’s announcement.

“Liz Cheney has betrayed our values.  And to counter Liz’s betrayal, our campaign has been focused on advancing Wyoming values,” he said.

Gray said he will focus his efforts on state legislative duties, including his call for a special session to fight against President Joe Biden’s “unconstitutional, illegal, and immoral vaccine mandate.”

Gray was one of several candidates who said he would drop out of the race if he did not receive the endorsement from former President Trump.

So far Smith and Gray have lived-up to that promise. State Sen. Anthony Bouchard (R-Cheyenne) said he never agreed to it. While Gillette veteran Denton Knapp said there’s a lot of time left and he would support Hageman if she’s leading in 11 months.

Hageman said she was “humbled” by Gray’s decision to drop-out of the race.

“Chuck Gray is an honorable man who has been standing for Wyoming’s Conservative values for years. We can’t take back our Congressional seat unless we are united, and I am humbled by his decision to keep fighting to protect Wyoming through his work in the Legislature,” she said.

Carbon County GOP Chair Joey Correnti, who has organized a candidate forum on Friday night in Rawlins, was complimentary of Gray’s decision.

“I’ve always remained fairly neutral when it comes to individual candidate’s campaign efforts and decisions in this race, tho it is refreshing to see some of these candidates actually honoring their word,” Correnti said.

Since her announcement, Hageman has appeared on many national TV shows while Bouchard has created somewhat of a controversy over a Facebook post in which he suggested executing Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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Crook County No Longer Recognizing Cheney As Republican

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By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily

Another county Republican party has rescinded its recognition of U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney as a Republican.

The Crook County Republican Party Central Committee unanimously passed a resolution on Monday to rescind recognition of Cheney as a Republican, according to a Facebook post by the Carbon County Republican Party.

This is the seventh Republican Party in Wyoming to adopt such a resolution, following in the footsteps of parties in counties including Carbon, Park, Fremont and Uinta counties.

Cheney has been criticized by some Republicans in Wyoming for her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump on allegations he encouraged attendees at a rally to invade the U.S. Capitol.

When asked about Cheney’s reaction to these actions by the Uinta and Platte county organizations last month, the representative’s spokesman Jeremy Adler pointed Cowboy State Daily to an earlier statement.

“Liz will continue to fight for all the people of Wyoming. She knows that she and all elected officials are bound by their duty under the U.S. Constitution, not by blind loyalty to one man,” he told Cowboy State Daily in August.

Carbon County Republican Party Chairman Joey Correnti IV noted in an interview with former Donald Trump staffer Steve Bannon in August that Carbon County Republicans no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican, although they know she is still legally the Wyoming representative.

“There is no law or rule that restricts the party from giving a recognition as a member of the party,” he said. “We are the party. We are the representative voices of the people of the party.”

Correnti said the decision by Carbon County Republicans to disavow Cheney came after the group assessed the situation following a censure of her earlier this year. The censure was one of several issued by county Republican Party organizations after Cheney’s impeachment vote.

“Liz Cheney hasn’t quit and she hasn’t listened to the people’s voices,” he said. “With the escalation of her misaligned focus, instead of dealing with the problems of America and the problems of Wyoming, continually to focus on a president that’s no longer in office…we decided to expedite her exodus from the party.”

She was also removed from her position as chair of the U.S. House Republican Conference due to her “stepping out of line” from the party.

Cowboy State Daily asked Adler about Cheney’s lack of response to the censures, but again, he pointed to the above statement about being bound to the Constitution.

Cheney is also now serving on a committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot, a position she was chosen for by U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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Cheney: Trump’s Endorsement of Hageman “Sad”

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By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily

This could be a real throwback campaign. A Schoolhouse Rock campaign. A campaign that takes us all back to the late 1700s when the nation was formed.

In a phone call with Wyoming reporters on Friday, Congresswoman Liz Cheney was clear that the discussion of the Constitution and the importance of adhering to it would be a central part of her upcoming 2022 re-election bid.

That along with a focus on her conservative record (she voted with President Trump 92.9 percent of the time) and her accomplishments for the citizens of Wyoming.

But it was the topic of the Constitution where she drew a big difference between herself and Hageman, a Wyoming attorney.

She said both she and Hageman had taken oaths. Her oath when she became a member of Congress. Hageman’s when she became a member of the Wyoming Bar.

Only Cheney has adhered to their respective oaths, she said.

“She [Hageman] is now abandoning that principle, sacrificing her oath, abandoning her duty to the people of Wyoming — in order to pledge loyalty to Donald Trump,” Cheney said.

“She seems to be stepping into the shoes of people like Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, two attorneys who recently have been sanctioned by the courts for lying about the election,” she said.

Cheney said it was “tragic to see that kind of opportunism” and was “inconsistent with Wyoming values.”

In that vein, she also expressed concern with the chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party, Frank Eathorne, for also putting loyalty, she said, to the former president above the Constitution mentioning that he expressed support for secession following the Capitol riots of January 6.

“I think that’s really dangerous, anti-conservative, and frankly, a move away from the Constitution,” she said.

Eathorne’s comments about secession occurred while appearing on former Trump advisor Steve Bannon’s radio show. It led one state legislator, Rep. Landon Brown, to call for his resignation.

Cheney lumped Hageman into the Eathorne camp on Friday again using the word “dangerous” to describe the proclivity to elevate a person above the Constitution.

“They’ve put loyalty to that person, I include Harriet Hageman, and a number of my other opponents in that category, above their duty to the Constitution. And that is a very dangerous and indefensible position to have taken,” she said.

“We don’t take an oath to any individual person,” she said.  “We swear an oath under God to the Constitution.”

As for Trump’s endorsement of Hageman, Cheney called the whole process of interviewing with the former president in hopes of receiving an endorsement “sad.”

“The notion that candidates have felt that they needed to go to New Jersey to pledge their allegiance to Donald Trump, rather than to the people of Wyoming and the Constitution is really sad to see,” she said.

None of Cheney’s other opponents were mentioned during Friday’s call. 

Since Trump’s endorsement of Hageman on Thursday, two candidates have dropped out. Gillette veteran Denton Knapp and state Sen. Anthony Bouchard vowed to stay in the race while state Rep. Chuck Gray told Cowboy State Daily he will make an announcement next Tuesday.

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Smith Suspends Congressional Campaign; Knapp And Bouchard Stay In; Gray Silent

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By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily

Cheyenne attorney Darin Smith suspended his congressional campaign on Thursday following former President Donald Trump’s endorsement of new candidate Harriet Hageman.

“I said hell would freeze over before I’d be the reason Liz Cheney gets re-elected to represent the great state of Wyoming in the U.S. House,” Smith told Cowboy State Daily. “President Trump has gotten behind Harriet Hageman to defeat Liz Cheney.  Unity is our strength, and it is imperative that we unite to take this great Country back.  To honor my word, I am throwing my support behind Harriet as well. Liz Cheney must go.”

“As the clear front runner prior to President Trump’s endorsement, my stepping back should help clear the field for a one-on-one matchup,” Smith continued. “If the dynamics of the race change, i.e. Cheney drops out or a Runoff Bill is passed, I will reassess my next steps.”

Smith took a parting shot at Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon in his announcement stating that the governor, along with other unnamed Republican officials, has “failed to demonstrate America First and Wyoming First values.”

“Whether or not my name is on the ballot, I will do everything I can to clear out the weak and fake Republicans who continue to run our Country into the ground. Wyoming deserves better,” he said.

Carbon County Republican Chair Joey Correnti sent emails to congressional candidates on Thursday morning asking them of their intentions now that Trump has endorsed Hageman.

“Are you prepared to honor your word to the people and endorse Harriet…for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and step aside in this race?” Correnti wrote.

Both Denton Knapp and state Sen. Anthony Bouchard told Cowboy State Daily they would stay in the race. Knapp noted that when he was asked in June about dropping out to endorse Trump’s choice, Hageman wasn’t even in the race and that the selection process for candidates to meet with Trump wasn’t clear.

“We just had a person, who wasn’t a candidate, get endorsed and now we’re supposed to drop [the campaign],” Knapp told Cowboy State Daily on Thursday. “Is that what Wyoming voters want? We’ve still got 11 months before the primary.”

“Former President Trump can choose who he wants to endorse, and he chose, but is Wyoming okay with that?” Knapp said. “A lot can happen over the next 11 months. But, I’m not going back on my word. We’ve got until May or June until we make hard decisions. I’m apparently not a threat anyway, so we’ll see what happens.”

Bouchard’s campaign manager told Cowboy State Daily that he never agreed to drop out if Trump didn’t select him.

Meanwhile, Bouchard said Wyoming voters shouldn’t trust Hageman because she “was a close friend of Cheney.”

“Harriet has never been elected,” Bouchard said. “She doesn’t have a voting record, and now the voters should trust a party operative that is a long time close friend of Cheney? Trump has once again surrounded himself with the wrong advisors and he’s endorsed the same candidate that Liz Cheney would endorse to replace her in her congressional seat.”

Rep. Chuck Gray, R-Casper, has not responded to Cowboy State Daily’s requests for comment.

Cheney reacted to the endorsement by posting Trump’s statement on her Twitter account along with two words:  “Bring it.”

Hageman on Thursday announced she is running for U.S. Congress and Trump’s endorsement quickly followed.

Choosing to make the initial announcement digitally (on Facebook and on her website), Hageman said Cheney “doesn’t represent Wyoming” and that the state “deserves better.”

“I’m running for Congress because I am a Deep-Rooted Wyomingite who is sick of being misrepresented in Washington. We need a Tough Conservative to stand up against Nancy Pelosi, not help her divide Republicans,” Hageman said.

On Tuesday, she resigned as the state’s national Republican commiteewoman.

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Trump Endorses Hageman, Says Lummis Supports Her Too; Cheney Says “Bring It”

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By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily

Former President Donald Trump on Thursday formally endorsed Wyoming attorney and past gubernatorial candidate Harriet Hageman.

Trump said he “strongly endorsed” Hageman while calling Cheney a “warmonger,” and a “disloyal Republican.”

“Unlike RINO Liz Cheney, Harriet is all in for America First. Harriet has my Complete and Total Endorsement in replacing the Democrats number one provider of sound bites, Liz Cheney,” he said.

Congresswoman Liz Cheney quickly reacted to the endorsement by posting Trump’s statement on her Twitter account along with two words:  “Bring it.”

In typical Trump fashion, a degree of drama was included in the endorsement. In this case, he let people know that Wyoming’s junior senator endorsed Hageman as well.

“Harriet is a fourth-generation daughter of Wyoming, a very successful attorney, and has the support and respect of a truly great U.S. Senator, Wyoming’s own Cynthia Lummis,” he said.

Lummis didn’t disavow Trump’s announcement telling the Washington Examiner that she’s known Hageman for decades.

“She is a fabulous choice for President Trump — and I’m just leaving it at that,” she said. “Take my statement at face value. That’s all I’m saying.”

Wyoming’s other Sen. John Barrasso has yet to weigh-in on the endorsement.

“Harriet Hageman adores the Great State of Wyoming, is strong on Crime and Borders, powerfully supports the Second Amendment, loves our Military and our Vets, and will fight for Election Integrity and Energy Independence (which Biden has already given up),” Trump said.

Earlier on Thursday, Hageman formally announced she was running for U.S. Congress.

Choosing to make the initial announcement digitally (on Facebook and on her website), Hageman said Cheney “doesn’t represent Wyoming” and that the state “deserves better.”

“I’m running for Congress because I am a Deep-Rooted Wyomingite who is sick of being misrepresented in Washington. We need a Tough Conservative to stand up against Nancy Pelosi, not help her divide Republicans,” Hageman said.

On Tuesday, she resigned as the state’s national Republican commiteewoman.

Of the other candidates who are running against Cheney, only state Sen. Anthony Bouchard offered an immediate response to Trump’s selection of Hageman.

“Harriet has never been elected,” he said. “She doesn’t have a voting record, and now the voters should trust a party operative that is a long time close friend of Cheney? Trump has once again surrounded himself with the wrong advisors and he’s endorsed the same candidate that Liz Cheney would endorse to replace her in her congressional seat.”

Later in the day, Cheyenne attorney Darin Smith announced he would drop out of the race.

Sheridan County GOP chair Bryan Miller dropped out as well. This was surprising to some observers who didn’t know he was ever in the race in the first place.

Gillette veteran Denton Knapp announced he was staying in the race while State Rep. Chuck Gray has not returned phone calls or emails regarding his status.

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Harriet Hageman Announces Her Run For Congress

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By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily

Fresh off the reports that former gubernatorial candidate Harriet Hageman will receive a endorsement from former President Trump, Hageman on Thursday announced she is running for U.S. Congress.

Choosing to make the initial announcement digitally (on Facebook and on her website), Hageman said Cheney “doesn’t represent Wyoming” and that the state “deserves better.”

“I’m running for Congress because I am a Deep-Rooted Wyomingite who is sick of being misrepresented in Washington. We need a Tough Conservative to stand up against Nancy Pelosi, not help her divide Republicans,” Hageman said.

“Liz Cheney cast her lot with the Washington, D.C. elites and those who use their power to further their own agenda at our expense,” she said. “She doesn’t represent Wyoming and she doesn’t represent conservatives. We deserve better. We demand better. I am running to represent Wyomingites and take our state back from big government.”

It’s been a week full of announcements for Hageman. On Tuesday, she resigned as the state’s national Republican commiteewoman. On Wednesday, reports surfaced that former President Trump had selected Hageman as his choice to run against Cheney.

And today’s announcement will undoubtedly be followed by a formal press event announcing her bid.

Of the other candidates who are running against Cheney, only state Sen. Anthony Bouchard offered a response to Trump’s selection of Hageman.

“Harriet has never been elected,” he said. “She doesn’t have a voting record, and now the voters should trust a party operative that is a long time close friend of Cheney? Trump has once again surrounded himself with the wrong advisors and he’s endorsed the same candidate that Liz Cheney would endorse to replace her in her congressional seat.”

Cheyenne attorney Darin Smith and state Rep. Chuck Gray did not respond to requests from Cowboy State Daily for comment.

This story is ongoing and will be updated.

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Report: Donald Trump to Endorse Harriett Hageman in US Congress Race

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By Jimmy Orr and Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily

Politico is reporting on Wednesday morning that former President Donald Trump will endorse 2016 Wyoming gubernatorial candidate Harriett Hageman for Wyoming’s lone congressional seat.

Hageman, who resigned from her post as National Committeewoman with the Wyoming Republican Party on Tuesday, reportedly met with Trump last month but has been tight-lipped about the meeting.

“Donald Trump is set to back Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman as she prepares a primary challenge against GOP Rep. Liz Cheney, according to three people with knowledge of his plans, marking the most important political endorsement yet in Trump’s post-presidency,” the report reads.

Hageman offered no comment on the story.

The media organization said that Trump’s “allies and team” encouraged Hageman to run and are now actively trying to “clear the field” from other challengers. There are at least eight candidates (outside of Cheney) in the race.

The most high-profile candidates thus far have been State Sen. Anthony Bouchard, State Rep. Chuck Gray, and Cheyenne Attorney Darin Smith. Gray and Smith did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Bouchard said Hageman’s campaign announcement is tied to Cheney’s lack of intent to run for re-election next year.

“Cheney has no intention of running for re-election in Wyoming, “Bouchard told Cowboy State Daily. “Her eyes are on the presidency and keeping Trump out of the oval office. She is gleaming with pride…at the endorsement of her good friend Harriet Hageman. The Wyoming Republican Party, the same party leaders that got us Cheney, has chosen her BFF as her replacement.”

“Harriet has never been elected,” he said. “She doesn’t have a voting record, and now the voters should trust a party operative that is a long time close friend of Cheney? Trump has once again surrounded himself with the wrong advisors and he’s endorsed the same candidate that Liz Cheney would endorse to replace her in her congressional seat.”

In Hageman’s resignation letter to Frank Eathorne, the head of Wyoming’s Republican Party, she made it clear she disagreed with Congresswoman Cheney’s decision to vote to impeach former President Trump.

“I also believe that by censuring Rep. Liz Cheney we sent the strong message that we expect our elected officials to respect the views and values of the people who elected them,” Hageman wrote. “Accountability is key and I am proud of our party for demanding it.”

The Politico story says the former president’s campaign staff have already met with Hageman and are ready to join her effort to topple Cheney.

“Top Trump staffers and allies are in her corner, including some who are in talks to occupy key roles on her campaign or with a super PAC prepared to back her. Some former Trump campaign hands and advisers met with Hageman in March at the urging of local conservatives,” the report reads.

Joe Barbuto, chairman of the Wyoming Democratic Party, said Gov. Mark Gordon is the “real winner” if Hageman runs for Congress.

“I’ve been hearing for several months that Hageman was gearing up to run against him. I think it’s a big reason that he’s been so anxious to impress and build up cred with the far right wing of his party,” Barbuto said on Facebook.

This story will be updated throughout the day.

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Cheney Opponents Call Her “Traitor” and “Climbing Ranks of Dem Party” After Jan 6 Committee Appointment

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By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily

Two of the candidates for Wyoming’s lone U.S. House seat criticized U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney after she was appointed vice chair of the Jan. 6 commission on Thursday, with both saying she is more supportive of the Democrat Party than the Republican.

Rep. Chuck Gray, R-Casper, and Sen. Anthony Bouchard, R-Cheyenne, told Cowboy State Daily on Thursday that Cheney was acting in a traitorous fashion by accepting the appointment.

“In her true form, Liz Cheney is climbing the ranks of the Democrat Party instead of working for the Republican voters in Wyoming that put her in office,” Bouchard said.

“Liz Cheney is a traitor to Wyoming and all Americans,” Gray said. “She hates our western values and people who question the government.  Cheney is Nancy Pelosi’s pet.”

The Casper representative also called the commission a “plain, simple attempt to scare anyone out of questioning the results of the fraudulent election.”

“With Liz Cheney’s being appointed Vice Chair to the committee, she again signals that she believes her only duty is to maintain her family’s power in DC and quash our movement,” Gray said. “That’s disgusting, despicable, and un-American. Liz Cheney has been and will always be a sell-out to the radical socialists. Cheney must be removed from the Republican conference and removed from all of her committee assignments.”

Bouchard and Gray are among at least eight Republicans seeking the GOP nomination for Congress in the 2022 primary election.

Cheyenne businessman Darin Smith, another candidate for the office did not immediately return Cowboy State Daily’s request for comment.

The appointment of Cheney, one of only two Republicans on the panel, was announced to the leadership post on Thursday morning by Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Mississippi, where he said her selection “underscores the bipartisan nature” of the committee.

Cheney confirmed the in a statement Thursday morning, when she said the committee is dedicated to “conducting a non-partisan, professional, and thorough investigation of all the relevant facts.”

Meanwhile, the chairman of the House Freedom Caucus has asked GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to remove Cheney from the committee.

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Cheney Appointed Vice Chair of January 6 Committee

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By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily

U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney has been named to the second-highest position on the panel investigating the Jan. 6 attacks on the U.S. Capitol.

Cheney confirmed the appointment in a statement Thursday morning, when she said the committee is dedicated to “conducting a non-partisan, professional, and thorough investigation of all the relevant facts.”

“We owe it to the American people to investigate everything that led up to, and transpired on, January 6th,” she said. “We will not be deterred by threats or attempted obstruction and we will not rest until our task is complete.”

“I have accepted the position of Vice Chair of the committee to assure that we achieve that goal.”

The appointment of Cheney, one of only two Republicans on the panel, was announced to the leadership post on Thursday morning by Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Mississippi, where he said her selection “underscores the bipartisan nature” of the committee.

“Representative Cheney has demonstrated again and again her commitment to getting answers about January 6th, ensuring accountability, and doing whatever it takes to protect democracy for the American people,” Thompson said.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the House Freedom Caucus has asked GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to remove Cheney from the committee.

“We urge you to allow consideration of a proposed change to the rules for the Republican Conference regarding committee membership,” Biggs wrote in a letter. “This proposal is not because of a policy or political difference, but because some members have chosen to work with the Democrats to investigate and potentially remove Republican members from the House.”

Former President Trump has yet to react to the announcement. 

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Cheney: Biden Handed Afghanistan Over To Taliban, ISIS

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By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily

President Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw United States forces from Afghanistan after 20 years was ultimately the move that handed the country over to terrorist organizations, U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney said Tuesday.

“If President Biden were serious about defending America from the threat of terror, he wouldn’t have surrendered to the terrorists and handed the Taliban, al Qaeda and ISIS an entire country from which they can plot and plan terror attacks against America,” she said on Twitter.

“You don’t end wars by surrendering,” she said. “You don’t secure America by leaving Americans behind enemy lines, betraying our allies, and empowering our enemies. This isn’t ending a war. It’s losing one.”

Addressing the nation on Tuesday, Biden said withdrawal from the country was the best available option and that it would have been just as messy if launched weeks earlier, according to the news agency Reuters. Earlier this month, the Taliban terrorist organization took control of the Afghan government.

Multiple people have been killed in the chaos in the country since the Taliban took control, including Wyoming Marine Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum, who was set to become a father in just a few weeks.

The war in Afghanistan saw more than 2,500 Americans and more than 240,000 Afghans killed in its two-decade duration. Many Afghans are fleeing to the United States, but Gov. Mark Gordon has stated he has no interest in accepting refugees into Wyoming.

Two Wyoming representatives publicly disagreed with the governor over the weekend, saying that Wyoming should have some type of refugee program to accept those displaced.

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