Ex-pra. Bill Weld makes the first step to Trump's main challenge
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld established a committee to study the Republican prime challenge for 2020 against President Trump. in the first New Hampshire country for every hope of the White House.
"I think there is definitely a way to victory, but you want to test the market a bit. I look forward to talking to different people. You want to make sure the movement does not fail for a second, but it will not, "Weld said on Thursday in an interview with the New Hampshire leader. "Everyone I've spoken to says you run like R, you count me." Trumpe's vocal critic will probably announce in "Politics and Eggs" that he is taking a step towards launching a long-term bid to shift the president. and a half after Friday's appearance. Weld will be speaking on February 26th at the New England College Seminar Hall, a popular forum for presidential candidates and potential rivals in the White House. (AP Photo / Michael Dwyer) "/>
Former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld could prepare for President Trump (AP Photo / Michael Dwyer)
Weld replaced the parties and ran for the vice presidential candidate in the 201
6 election. But recently he was re-registered as a republican in Canton, Boston's suburban town where he lived. for the partial exclusion of the federal government – Trump remains popular among Republicans. Larry Hogan – will be considered extreme outsiders who will have to face not only the hard-core president but also a Republican party that remains firmly supportive of the president.
The Republican National Committee recently kicked off its annual meeting by conveying the unprecedented promise, giving the President "integral support" before it was an official candidate for 2020. But the RNC is not considering a stronger resolution to support Trump as a candidate for the 2020 party.
The New Hampshire GOP does not welcome.
2016 As far as we are concerned, he is a libertarian and can not move back and forth for political expediency, "said new state party chairman Steve Stepanek recently. – We do not consider it Republican. We do not want to return it as Republican. "
Stepanek, who co-chaired Trump's 2016 presidential campaign in New Hampshire, explained that" if there is a legitimate national Republican candidate, then the law will remain neutral. I will not support them in any way, I will not just stand up against them. "
Patrick Ward of Fox News contributed to this report.