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"If I have to do that, it will happen to o," Walsh told POLITICO on Wednesday. "I was really surprised by the amount of anxiety from people across the spectrum who want this president to be challenged, because there is a real concern that he is absolutely unfit."
Walsh has little chance of posing a real threat to Trump, who The light years in fundraising are yet to come, and whose favor remains strong for Republicans in poll after poll.
He was elected in 2010 as part of the Tea Party movement and served one term. Initially a strong supporter of Trump, he became a constant critic of the president and called it "a danger to this country."
Asked on Wednesday if he could provide the financial means to stand up to Trump's treasure, Walsh replied: "Abso-fucking-lutely.
Walsh claims that based on the conversations he had, he could to win financial support "across the spectrum."
"I think if there is an alternative out there," Walsh said, "the money will follow."
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