Anti-Trump Rep. Liz Cheney was officially removed on Wednesday from her leadership position as the conference chair for the House GOP.
She was ousted from her position in a quick voice vote by House Republicans which lasted about 20 minutes, CBS reported.
Following her removal, Cheney vowed to reporters she "will do everything" possible "to make sure the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office."
Cheney has been a vocal critic of former President Trump and even voted in favor of his second impeachment. Shortly after, she was censured by the Wyoming Republican Party earlier this year.
A rising star in the GOP who has her sights set on Cheney's former seat as conference chair, which is the third highest leadership position among House Republicans, is Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-NY.
Endorsed by Trump, Stefanik is running for the position to "unify our GOP Conference, win the Majority, and fight on behalf of the American people to save our country," she said in a statement on Thursday.
Stefanik is the latest America First candidate to step up to lead in this new era for the Republican Party. Hopefully, this is a trend that will continue through the 2022 midterm elections as we leave the "old guard" of the GOP.