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Two Republicans are challenging President Trump’s re-election on the stage Tuesday came in the evening to discuss various topics, including the U.S. deficit, guns and the Republican party.
But, above all, that you took on the goal of the President.
Former Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill weld at the first GOP primary debate that before the 2020 presidential elections. The discussion was hosted by Business Insider in his New-York-City-Central.
Trump and others of his GOP Challenger, former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, both rejected, in the debate, which is not sanctioned by the national Republican party.
From the beginning, both candidates have been on the stage focused on the President.
“Donald Trump is inappropriate,” Walsh said in his opening statement. “He lies every time he opens his mouth. He may not be someone with interests before his own.”
“I can’t debate, Bill Weld,” he added. “I have respect for Bill Weld. We have the Land.”
“I’m not afraid of anyone,” Weld said. “I don’t think anyone else should be afraid of anyone,” adding that the President “separate the search for us.”
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The candidates talked about fiscal conservatism and the US deficit, which topped $1 trillion — the highest in seven years.
Walsh said the country is “bankrupt future generations.”
“There is no such thing as government money,” welding said. “It is taxpayers’ money. There is no one, looks for the taxpayers.”
Walsh went on to say, “I’ll probably say too much tonight and my campaign manager will call me. … It’s not about the problems, it is about trump.”
“This uncertainty that this President has unleashed — he wakes up every morning, you know, who the hell is he going on the attack with a tweet.”
While the candidates were on the same page, and trump, they differed on whether they would be back on the Paris climate agreement, if he is elected. Trump pulled out of the global agreement to combat climate change in the year 2017.
Walsh said he would not back the Pact, during the welding replied to them: “Immediately”
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If it is said to gun violence, Walsh, it was “down in the past 30 to 40 years.”
“I’m a big gun guy. I believe in the Second Amendment, plain and simple,” he said. “The problem we have in the country, these mass shootings. There is to look at a lot of things that we need… Our focus should not be [that] we want someone, who should not have to have a weapon is a weapon.”
“[Take] the weapons by all means, before anything happens there,” weld said, “and that will come closer to the solution of our problem than with other solutions [are] not true that the population, but to everyone.”
Walsh later as a trump a “horrible person” and said the political system is broken and the country is “very divided.”
“If I say that publicly as a candidate, I believe that most Republican voters believe in private that,” he noted. “This campaign is about you in public.”
The Republican party brand “sucks,” Walsh said, “and it sucks, because of him,” and refers to President Trump.
“We need to be told to remind you, the President is a sick man,” welding. “He is a malignant narcissist. He is not happy unless others lose.”
Trump is a “megalomanic, filled with fear,” who has the “depth of autocratic tendencies,” he added. “He is a direct threat to the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.”
Both candidates agree that the next President, the task will be to unite the country again.
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Walsh went on to call Trump, the attacks on the media “despicable.”
“He is not President. He is a dictator,” he said. “He has the respect of the First Amendment. He doesn’t even know what it is.”
“He is that way,” weld said. “We have started to see him come unglued, and added that the absence of trump will “save us all.”
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Both Walsh and welding, note that you would commit to with the White house press room, and transparent, and criticized Trump when you do it.
“He’s a kid,” Walsh said. “I’m pretty outspoken. I believe in complete transparency and invite the media to the White house all the time.”
At the end he wants us two things, Walsh concluded: “in This country can not handle another four years [Trump is] BS. The country is at risk. Deep down, most Republicans know it. She has scared to say it.”
“He is in the swamp,” Walsh, calling trump “the most corrupt President we have had in the history of this nation.”
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Welding would like to see, “tried-and-true Republicans, conservative politics,” provided, in Washington, DC, he said, including the “preservation of the dignity of all Americans.”
The United States is not a “to the right of the center of the country, to the left of the middle, like some of our European friends,” he said.
Walsh again Trump criticized to say in his last statement, the country “is an absolutely terrible person in the White house.”
“We have better things to do than a President who lies to us every time he opens his mouth. He has zero respect for the rule of law. It is the destruction of the Republican party,” Walsh said.
The team is not welding tweeting live during the event.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) currently do not have host plant official primary debates, and some States have sessions cancelled their group and primaries. This is a move to try and protect Trump from any Challenger.
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