On the heels of her congressional primary loss, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., said on Sunday that the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence was not politically motivated.

"I've seen no evidence that there was any political motivation," Cheney told ABC News.

Cheney, who serves as vice chair on the Jan. 6 committee, has faced backlash from Republicans and loyalists to Trump.

The many Republicans who have suggested the raid was politically motivated include House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who pledged to launch an investigation, as well as Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Rep. Louis Gohmert of Texas. In a statement, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem called the FBI actions "un-American."

"I was ashamed to hear Republicans immediately and reflexively attack the FBI agents who executed the search warrant. I was disgusted when I learned that President Trump had released the names of the agents when he released the unredacted search warrant, and that has now caused violence," Cheney said.

On Aug. 8, FBI agents searched Trump's Mar-a-Lago club and residence in Palm Beach, Florida, and opened his safe, seizing multiple sets of documents marked top secret.

Cheney was resoundingly defeated Tuesday by Trump-backed candidate Harriet Hageman in a Republican primary election.

Cheney's political future remains unclear after serving in the House since 2017. She recently hinted about running for president in 2024.

"That's a decision that I'm going to make in the coming months, and I'm not going to make any announcements here this morning. But it is something that I am thinking about, and I'll make a decision in the coming months," Cheney said in an interview with NBC's "Today."