GOP sen Jeff Flake calls again, the Republican revolt against ‘annoying’ Trump in the year 2020

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Jeff Flake is not to exclude the White house to run against Trump

Retired Republican senator from Arizona, says that he is President of the Trump hopes to see a Challenger or two in the GOP primaries; the reaction of Brad Blakeman, former deputy assistant to President George W. Bush, and Dave Brown, the democratic strategist and former senior adviser to Sen. Patty Murray.

Calling President Trump immigration rhetoric “a nuisance” and the warning that the nation is called in “crisis,” Republican Sen. Jeff Flake again on Sunday to take for a primary Challenger to the President in the year 2020.

Speaking on ABC’s “This week,” Flake, R-Ariz., who has announced that he will retire in January, said the Democrats scoff at the Republicans on immigration, if Trump keeps it up.

“You are on record supporting significant border control,” Flake said, based of congressional Democrats. “And so when the President says, and calls them ‘clowns’ and ‘losers’, how can he expect the Democrats to sit down and work with Republicans on these issues?”

“Words, no matter what the President says matters, and he should knock, you,” added Flake”, a common Trump critics.


Earlier on Sunday, Trump Democrats-and previous governments called — for the creation of problems at the border.

“Democrats, loosen the laws,” Trump wrote. “Do not RESIST. We do a far better job than Bush and Obama, but we need the strength and the safety at the border. Not the people trying to break into our country can accept all. Strong Is Not A Crime Limits!”

And on Friday, Trump said that a “red wave” will be required to passing an immigration bill in Congress, as he accused Democrats of “, but to do nothing to hinder.”

The solution, according to Flake, is to take for a other Republicans, the President.

“I said to remind many times that I hope that someone [runs] in the Republican primary, only Republicans, what it means to be conservative or Republican, that we believe in limited government, economic freedom, free trade, immigration,” Flake said.

Flake has floated the idea of a primary Challenger, Trump refused several times this year, and even ostentatiously, to rule out his own run against Trump.

“You can’t, as a Republican these days, [against] some of the policies of the President … and expect to win a Republican primary.”

GOP sen Jeff Flake

But, Flake conceded that the last Congress elections, primary races have shown that Trump has “unfortunately” redefined the party, so that a primary challenge is harder than ever before.


“You can’t, as a Republican these days, [told against] some of the policies of the President … and expect to win a Republican primary,” Flake. “This is the reality and then we see that is played.”

The incumbent Republican, South Carolina REP. Mark Sanford, a frequent Trump critics, has been kicked out in a primary earlier this month by state Rep. Katie Arrington.

Arrington shock win, which came after Trump endorsed Arrington and slammed Sanford, was heated to a dramatic rebuke Sanford “will Never Trump”-style rhetoric.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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