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CONCORD, NH — the results of The Special Counsel, Robert Müller is able to make Russia the investigation report, the primary challenges of President Donald Trump even more difficult.

“There is no question, it is a great victory for the President and undermines a core argument about the Russian collusion,” said a longtime GOP strategist who is a veteran of numerous White house campaigns.

“I think it will make it more difficult to draw a contrast in a primary,” said the operative, who asked to remain anonymous and speak freely.


Müller is almost two years long investigation that the members of trump card in the 2016 presidential conspired campaign, or interfere in coordination with the Russian government, in the choice in favor of Trump and at the expense of the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Muller ‘ s long-awaited findings also did not take a clear position on whether Trump obstructed justice, not conclusions, that the President committed a crime, but also not exonerating the trump card.

Attorney General William Barr and Deputy attorney Rod Rosenstein on Sunday, not closed, though, that Müller’s evidence s report sufficient to determine that Trump committed obstruction of justice.

The news doesn’t seem to do any favors for anyone mulling a primary challenge against a President who remains extremely popular with Republicans.


But the former two-term Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld was not dissuaded.

Welding, who is closer, and on the trombone in the next year, the GOP primaries, said Barr ‘ s Sunday announcement “kind of neutral to my effort.”

In an interview with Fox News, during campaigns Monday in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire, welding that he “really wasn’t the President count said getting caught in the soup, said: “I hope the Russians can find more E-Mails” during the heat of the campaign. Never took hold of me as a criminal or impeachable offense, to be honest.”

Asked whether the message of his longshot bid longer, no welding, quickly replied: “.”

And welding – the establishment of a presidential exploratory committee in February, stressed that the accusations of the Russian collusion only one of the many, many questions have been raised about the President”.”


The former Governor – the return of the Republican party after running as a Libertarian party Vice-presidential candidate in 2016, said he will pull the trigger on the decision about a primary challenge in April.

“I doubt it, there would be nothing to prevent to do me like this,” he added. “I feel more comfortable with this all the time.”

He also said he could have the money needed to start a primary challenge.

“I’m looking for old school money, my rolodex of the past few years,” he said. “I have reason to believe that we are adequately financed.”

A top adviser of former two-term Gov. John Kasich of Ohio also played down the significance of the results.

“At the end of the day, I don’t think this is moving in a month, a lot of. And we have not seen the Müller report. We have only seen the Barr memo,” John Weaver told Fox News. “And as usual, the White house and Donald Trump, get on your skis, because I suspect that the story, written by Bob Mueller is written a bit different than the narration of the attorney General.”

Kasich, a longtime vocal critic of the President, the mulling, the second trump in 2016 New Hampshire Republican presidential primary, 2020-the most important challenge.

Weaver suggested that Barr Sunday is not the announcement, “thought the impact of the Governor, one way or another, because we don’t shut down our decision to proceed to a thing like this.”


To Outdo the other possible primary challengers, is a two-term Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, the talk on the way to New Hampshire in April “politics and eggs’, a must for White house hopefuls. Fox News reaches a top of the Hogan, a political consultant, but received no answer.

A veteran New Hampshire-based GOP operative was not so optimistic, such as welding or Weaver.

Michael Dennehy – who served as a top adviser to sen. John McCain’s 2000 and 2008 presidential campaigns – said that the summary of the results from the Müller-would make the reporting and the announcement from Barr, a primary challenge is more difficult.

“Of those, the Republicans, the far dissatisfied with the President, said the biggest obstacle for the President to any primary campaign,” Dennehy.

Coli Reed agreed that “the attempt, was the primary President Trump will always be a climb.”

But the veteran GOP strategist added, “I doubt that the events of the weekend, moving the needle very much in both directions. Trump with Republicans rock solid numbers have always been, even during some of the more turbulent points of his presidency.”

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