The former Governor of the US state of Massachusetts, Bill Weld, wants to make President Donald Trump the candidacy of the Republicans in the election of 2020 in dispute. Weld said that he was going to apply for the candidacy of his party for the presidential election of 2020.
The 73-Year-old is the first Republican, the Trump challenge. Welds chances are likely to get bad: According to surveys by the opinion research Institute Gallup Trump enjoys among supporters of the Republicans for months, the consent values on the order of 90 percent.
Weld said on Monday TV channel CNN, it would be a "political tragedy," if Trump 2020 re-elected and four more years in office would remain. "I'd fear for the Republic." The Ex-Governor accused the President, among other things, a mockery of the rule of law. Weld had attested to Trump in a recent Interview to the magazine "Rolling Stone" "malignant narcissism". Weld had 2016 on the side of the presidential candidate of the tiny Libertarian party, Gary Johnson, the Vice presidential candidate. In February, the Weld was returned to the Republicans.
18 Democrats want to have thrown in the White house
While the field of Republican candidates for the presidential candidacy is thin, with the Democrats already 18 candidates your hat in the Ring. The Senator had offered, including an indoor Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar, as well as the Ex-Congressman Beto O'rourke, the seat last year in the race for a Senate a lot of headlines.
the independent Senator Bernie Sanders, the runner already in 2016 in the democratic primary and then Hillary Clinton, wants to start another attempt. Other names in the conversation. Among other things, speculated about a candidacy of the former US Vice-President Joe Biden. (chk/sda)
Created: 16.04.2019, 03:08 PM