Donald Trump says Republican voters sent Liz Cheney to "political oblivion" with her crushing election defeat at the hands of a candidate he endorsed. But not so fast  

here's how one of the former president's biggest critics could still hurt him if he runs for re-election. 

Martin Kimmet is a gentle man. He loves his pretty cows, reliable horses and beautiful state, in roughly that order. I joined him cattle wrangling in Wyoming recently to talk politics 

His cows had escaped and he needed help to get them back, I was the only person on horseback at the time. 

No wasn't an option. 

Now, I can ride, but I'm no wrangler. Fortunately, Martin couldn't have been kinder. 

He was a gracious guide - to cattle, and conservatives. So I was a little taken aback by the 

vehemence of his email celebrating congresswoman Cheney's defeat to a Trump-backed candidate 

in her primary race on Tuesday. "We are ready to play hardball and we will win," 

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