GOP members are expected to meet behind closed doors Friday morning to elect a new conference chair, with New York Rep. Elise Stefanik remaining the leading candidate, despite some members not satisfied with her conservative credentials.

On NBC’s “Today” show, asked three times if she would run for president to stop Trump from regaining the Oval Office and to “restore” the GOP, Cheney did not rule it out, saying only she would do “whatever it takes.”

“I’m very focused on making sure that our party becomes again a party that stands for truth and stands for fundamental principles that are conservative,” she said. “And I won’t let a former president or anybody else unravel the democracy.”

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