Trump, the primary challenge? Source says could move former Governor, against bid this week

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MANCHESTER, N. H. — Former Massachusetts GOP Gov. Bill weld heads to the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire on Friday, the headline “politics and eggs”, is a must for White house hopefuls.

The setting seems to be useful to welding as a source in the vicinity, told Fox News on Wednesday that it is likely to announce the former Governor, he is a step in the direction of the primary challenge to the Republican President of the Trump.


Welding is a very vocal Trump’s critics — of the residence of the mother is what you announce when he speaks at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College, told Fox News: “I’m not going to tell you what I’m going to say until I get it.”

“You have to wait until Friday,” he added.

But to start a further sign that the weld seams are always ready to plunge a extreme longshot bid, the President is his schedule.

Former Massachusetts Gov. could weld, Bill, is gearing up for a White house run. (AP)

The former two-term Governor of Massachusetts in the 1990s, back to New Hampshire a week and a half after the Friday appearance. Welding talk Feb. 26 at the New England College Town Hall Meeting series, a popular forum for the presidential candidate and potential White house contender.

Welding, switched parties and ran as the Libertarian Vice-presidential candidate in the election of 2016. But he is registered recently, as a Republican in Canton, the s-live in Boston-town, where he.


Regardless, the New Hampshire GOP is not rolling out the welcome Mat.

“He ran as a Liberal Vice-presidential candidate in 2016. As far as we are concerned, he is a Libertarian, and he can’t flip-flop back and forth for political expediency, the” newly elected state party chair Steve Stepanek told Fox News recently. “We don’t consider him a Republican. We do not want him again as a Republican.”

Stepanek, who served as co-Chairman the trump card in the 2016 presidential campaign in New Hampshire, explains: “if there is a legitimate national Republican candidate, then remain under the statutes, I have neutral. I will not support you to go by all means, I’m just to go against you.”

While the President, a rough few months, suffered from the loss of the house GOP majority in the November mid-term elections on the policy before he took over the partial federal government shutdown – trump remains popular among Republicans.

Those who could would remain the challenge for trump as an extreme outsider who would have to face off against not only a hard-charging President but also a Republican party remains firmly supportive of the President.

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