When asked if she would vote for President Joe Biden over former President Donald Trump, Cheney expressed her view that Trump is the "most dangerous threat we face."
However, she also acknowledged the likelihood of other candidates entering the race.
Cheney emphasized her commitment to electing "serious" and "sane" individuals to Congress. When Tapper inquired about a potential presidential run, Cheney responded, "No, I'm not [ruling it out]."
Cheney gained attention for being one of ten House Republicans who voted in favor of impeaching Trump following the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021. Subsequently, she was removed from her position as House Republican Conference chair.
Although Cheney ran for re-election to Congress in 2022, she was defeated in the GOP primary by Harriet Hageman, a candidate supported by Trump.
As one of the two Republican lawmakers on the House Select Committee investigating the events of January 6, Cheney warned that Trump, if elected president again, would "unravel the institutions of our democracy."
Cheney's forthcoming book, titled "Oath and Honor," provides a firsthand account of her experiences within Congress during the time leading up to the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
The book's description characterizes it as a chronicle of Trump's betrayal of the American people and the Constitution, and highlights Cheney's courageous stand against it as the House Republican leader.