But some anti-interventionist Republicans were not thrilled about Cheney's foreign policy views returning to prominence in the party.
Rep. Justin Amash, R-MI, fresh off of his victory of a contentious Republican primary, was one of them.
Asked by the Washington Post's Robert Costa whether it was time for Republicans to stop listening to Cheney, Amash replied "Yeah … Because Republicans don't agree with him … they don't agree with him on foreign policy."
Amash explained that Cheney didn't articulate a particular policy for dealing with ISIS, but suggested that his world view was outdated.
"His world view is that we should be in countries around the world and have armed forces everywhere and most Republicans don't agree with that.