The former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld on Monday officially declares his candidacy for the White House, which has been established with him in a tremendous ascension to defeat incumbent President Donald Trump for the nomination of the Republic.
"It's time for patriotic men and women throughout the great nation to stand and plant the flag It's time to go back to Lincoln's principles – equality, honor, and opportunity for all. because of the ground than maintaining what really makes America great. I'm ready to lead that fight, "Weld said in a statement as he launched his bid to try and stumble Trump, which remains very popular among Republican.
Weld, a vocal Trump critic, also released three minutes-long video highlighting his successes during his two terms as governor of Massachusetts in the 1
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The video also shows clips of some of Trump's most controversial moments, Trump's "Access Hollywood" video uses racy language to proud of his sexual excavation and kissing of women without permission, in comments by the president after violence in Charlottesville, Va., where he said "has a very good man on both sides" of clashes between supporters and protesters of the city's Confederate monuments.
Weld, who has recently returned to the Republican Party after serving as the Libertarian Party nominee of 2016, has launched a leader
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In that announcement, as he headlined the series of "Politics and Eggs" speech in New Hampshire, he called Trump "insistent" and "irrational" we have a president whose priorities are consciously towards promoting itself rather than the good of the nation. "
He was also amazed at the state of GOP, the president took the Washington State Party. Sad. But even sadder that many Republicans are showing all the symptoms of Stockholm Syndrome, which are known to their captors. "
After his announcement, Weld visited the country's first state-of-the-art state several times. He set out to return Tuesday for a two-day swing through New Hampshire.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, another vocal Trump critic, is thinking of a major GOP challenge against Trump. So Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who heads New Hampshire next week in the headline "Politics and Eggs , "which is a must-stop for White House hopefuls.
Presidential and daughter-in-law campaign redistricting campaign adviser, Lara Trump said that the 2020 president's team is not worried at all about a major challenge in the Republic.
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"I do not know why someone is not enough to challenge Donald Trump," he said Fox News recently asked about s a Weld.
"I do not know why someone would waste their time and money at the end of the Republican trying to challenge the president. We're not worried about it," Trump added, interviewed before the headlining of the annual fundraising gala of the New Hampshire GOP.