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2020 Republican presidential candidate Bill Weld says he is not ‘in love’ with the job in Washington.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld – a longshot primary Challenger against President trump for the Republican nomination – said on Sunday that he was “thrilled” that other Republicans associate the primary race.
Welding comments came shortly after former REP. Joe Walsh in Illinois, he announced a campaign against Trump, and in the midst of rumors that former Rep. Mark Sanford, the idea mulling jumping into the fray.
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“I’m excited about Joe Walsh and Mark Sanford are always in, I think this is terrific”, welding, said on NBC’s “Meet The Press”, adding that more candidates would lead to challenging trump in the primary, to a “robust conversation” about the problems of the country.
“We have to said to us rational people,” Weld. “Sure, a crazy President, the stock market will go down, but that doesn’t mean we have to like it,” weld said.
Weld, to get ahead of the launch of his own challenge in April, also said that more Republicans should provide, to Trump a challenge – add that another term in the Oval Office for Trump would be “four years of pure, unrequited payback”.
“Revenge for what?” Welding said rhetorically. “It is another example of its extreme malignant narcissism. He is only happy when other people lose.”
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To Outdo in spite of more and more Republicans are mounting primary challenges, all seem to be extreme longshots, when it comes to actually winning the nomination over the current White house occupant. Trump is currently 81.3 percent of GOP support, while the welding pulls the seam in about 9.3 percent, to an average of recent polls compiled by real clear politics.