One more candidate might be entering the 2024 presidential fray, as Former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) said on Sunday that she might still join the race.

During a CNN interview with Jake Tapper on “State of the Union,” she was asked if she was considering making a presidential bid after she said she would not be supporting former President Donald Trump’s bid.

“I haven’t endorsed anybody in this presidential race, certainly would never support Donald Trump. And we know what Donald Trump will do, because he’s telling us every day. And anybody who has spent any time overseas, who has spent any time studying the history of autocracies and of autocrats knows we have to listen to what Donald Trump’s saying,” she stated.

Tapper then asked, “Are you still considering it, or would you rule it out?”

In response, the Republican who has been a vocal critic of Trump and the GOP in general, suggested that it might be an option if that is what is required to stop Trump from being elected in November.

“I haven’t made any decisions about it yet. I’m going to do whatever is necessary to defeat Donald Trump,” she stated.

When asked if she would choose President Joe Biden over Trump, she stated, “I’m not going to make any announcements or endorsements this morning. But the most important thing is to defeat Donald Trump, and I will do whatever, whatever it takes to do that.”

Cheney has hinted at a presidential run since last year, telling Tapper on his show in October last year that she would not rule out a presidential run if that is what it takes to stop Trump, whom

She also said at the time that she would work with other candidates to see to her aim of ruining Trump’s reelection chances.

Indicating that she would support candidates from both parties, she stated, “We are facing a moment in American politics where we have to set aside partisanship, and we have to make sure that people who believe in the Constitution are willing to come together to prevent him from ever again setting foot anywhere near the Oval Office.”