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Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, on Monday formally his candidacy for the White house explained, the setting for climb it on an extreme uphill climb to defeat the incumbent President, Donald Trump for the Republican nomination.
“It is time for the Patriotic men and women are about our great nation and plant a flag. It’s time would be to return to the principles of Lincoln – equality, and opportunity for all. There is no greater thing on earth than to preserve what really makes America great. I’m ready to run, to fight,” said Weld, in a statement as he launched his bid to try and topple Trump, who remains very popular among Republicans.
Welding, a very loud Trump critic who also released a three-minute video, the his achievements during his two terms as Governor of Massachusetts in the 1990s.
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Also, in the video clips presented by some of trump’s most controversial moments, the infamous “Access Hollywood” video of Trump with lewd language to boast of his sexual button and kissing women without their consent, the President Barroso in the Wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Va., where he said: “it is very fine people on both sides were” the clashes between supporters and protesters of the city’s Confederate monuments.
Weld, who recently returned to the Republican party, after he was nominated as the 2016 Libertarian party, launched a presidential exploratory committee in February.
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In this announcement, as he headlined the “politics and eggs” speaking series in New Hampshire, he called Trump’s “compulsive” and “irrational” and argues that “we have a President whose priorities are skewed in the direction of the promotion of themselves rather than the welfare of the country.”
He also lamented the state of the GOP, to argue“ the President has captured the Republican party in Washington. Sad. But even sadder is that many of the Republicans have all the symptoms of the Stockholm syndrome, identifying with their tormentors.”
After his announcement, welding the first visited-in-the-nation presidential primary state countless times. He’s back Tuesday for a two-day swing through New Hampshire.
Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, another vocal-Trump-critics, was a GOP primary challenge against Trump. So Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who heads to New Hampshire next week has the headline “politics and eggs”, this is a must-stop for White house hopefuls.
The President’s re-election campaign consultant, and daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, the President of the 2020 team at all of a Republican primary challenge was said not to be concerned.
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“I don’t know why anyone would be stupid enough to weld the challenge Donald Trump,” she said on Fox News recently on the issue.
“I don’t know why anyone would waste their time and money for the Republican at the end of try, the challenge to the President. We are not concerned about this at all,” added Trump, who was interviewed before the headline New Hampshire GOP’s annual fundraising gala.