nearvideo Michigan state representative: Amash is weak on important issues
REP Amash is pro-trump primary Challenger, state Rep. Jim Lower on ” The Ingraham angle.’
Congressman Justin Amash said the Republican primary Challenger on Monday it was “totally ridiculous” that Michigan would be to think of a legislator, whether or not President Trump reached the threshold for an indictment.
“There is much more, than we can talk about other than the comment, but it is more than just a comment, he is calling for our President to be accused,” Michigan State Rep. Jim Bottom said, “The Ingraham angle.”
Lower says that Special Counsel Robert Müller come to the same conclusion, and that the Amash was the mood “completely ridiculous.”
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“At this point, Justin Amash more in common with [Rep.] Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., as the average Republican primary voters in the district. So we are going to beat him to this topic, but we are also in the process of beating him to the fact that in 10 years in Congress, he is now passed a law and it was to rename a post office,” said Lower.
Host Laura Ingraham played a clip of a reporter asked Amash about Lower primary challenge.
“Yes, it is not serious,” Amash, the reporter said.
“I am 100 percent serious…,” Sinks said Ingraham. “I’ve won the hard campaigns in the past-and we will win.”
Lower, described as a “pro-trump,” said he was already planning to challenge Amash, and actually wanted to declare his candidacy on may 4. July.
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Amash’s tweets against the President on Saturday inspired to make a Low to the announcement earlier, he said.
Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer contribution to this report.