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A group of prominent anti-Trump Republicans has to a new super PAC on Tuesday to prevent the GOP incumbent in 2020 re-election, and even defeat some of the President’s top congressional allies at the ballot box next November.

“We are Republicans and we want to defeat Trump” is the title of an op-ed in the New York Times announces the launch of the group, called the Lincoln project.

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“Over the next 11 months we will continue our efforts, dedicated his victory to President Trump and Trumpism at the ballot box, and selects these patriots hold the line. We do not undertake this task lightly, nor out of ideological preference,” the GOP strategist, said behind the effort.

The President’s re-election campaign quickly fired again, with communications director Tim Murtaugh you call the Lincoln project “pathetic little” club of irrelevant and faux ‘Republicans’, the upset that they have lost all their power and influence within the Republican party.”

The leaders of the group, which includes vocal anti-Trump critics of lawyer George Conway, the husband of White House Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway said in your op-ed, that they’ve been “largely conservative … in our policy and beliefs. Our many political differences with the national Democrats remain, but our common fidelity to the Constitution requires a joint effort.”

George Conway, one of the partners in the new anti-Trump effort, Steve Schmidt, a Republican strategist who worked on then-President George W. Bush, Senator John McCain and California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger; GOP strategist John Weaver, who worked for then-President George H. W. Bush, McCain, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich; and Republican media consultant Rick Wilson, author of “Everything that Touches Trump, Dies”, the often the tears in Trump on Twitter and cable appearances.

Murtaugh, in the back shot, described the super PAC leader as “establishment of charlatans who had been enriched from the back of the conservative movement, the swamps, he also referred. All the calls these people “conservative” or even to them as ‘Republicans’ at this point, an insult to conservatives and Republicans everywhere.”

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To show a probable record turnout in the 2020 General elections, the Lincoln project, the leaders said that their “efforts are aimed at the encouragement of enough disaffected conservatives, Republicans and Republican-leaning independents in swing States and districts, to ensure a victory in the Electoral College, and Congress-majorities that do not allow or encourage Mr Trump’s violations of the Constitution, even if that means that democratic control of the Senate and an enlarged democratic majority in the house.”

They argue that the President “has neither the moral compass nor the temperament”, and say that Trump is the “actions only possible with the craven consent of Congress-Republicans.”

The group told Fox News about five hours after the Start of your op-ed site that “we have raised a significant amount of money, as the op-ed went live this morning.” Former New Hampshire GOP chair Jennifer Horn, who the serve as an adviser to the Lincoln project, said that “we all use the resources we have available to us to go, to go after President Trump and also target, in particular, some of the seats in the Senate.”

Under the GOP-controlled Senate seats were listed, Arizona, Colorado, and Maine. She said that depending on the donations would go to the group, with digital, cable and broadcast TV ads.

“It is easy to figure out who our audience is,” Horn shared. “Like-minded disaffected Republicans – the independent who are persuadable and lean to the right.”

Horn said that the group, the energy is not directed, it helps to take either of the two remaining long-shot-shot presidential primary Challenger on Trump, the on the threshold in front of a full house impeachment vote, but is likely to be acquitted in the Senate.

One of these two challengers, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, who declared in April is nomination, his bid for the GOP presidential.

Hours after the announcement of the Lincoln project, welding, Fox News said that he shares the same goal as the group.

“It is the same message. It is a matter that the President behaved badly and removed deserves to be,” said welding.

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