Why the defeated Trump's influence is powerful enough to oust Liz Cheney

Julian E. Zelizer writes that defeated one-term presidents normally have virtually no influence except as examples of what not to do -- but Trump is an exception because he convinced Republicans that instead of being defeated, he was cheated out of a second term.

Why the defeated Trump's influence is powerful enough to oust Liz Cheney
Julian E. Zelizer writes that defeated one-term presidents normally have virtually no influence except as examples of what not to do -- but Trump is an exception because he convinced Republicans that instead of being defeated, he was cheated out of a second term.