nearvideo former Rep. Joe Walsh enters the race as a trump challenger
Conservative radio talk show host and former Congressman Joe Walsh is to announce the latest Republican to be a primary challenge for Donald Trump; Doug McKelway reports.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, said on Wednesday that former Rep. Joe Walsh – who last week is an extreme longshot GOP came to welding in the introduction, the primary challenge against President Trump is almost like “vulgar” to overthrow as the man he wants.
But he is not a judge to him, as he says, for those who have past naughty comments.
“I am far from saying, Congressman Walsh, he can not run, because he was welding almost as vulgar as Donald Trump,” said in an interview with Fox News, as he campaigned in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire.
WALSH SAYS HE LOST HIS RADIO SHOW SINCE THE START OF THE PRIMARY CHALLENGE AGAINST TRUMP
Walsh, who won election to the house of representatives in 2010, during the Tea y wave, the lose also the host of a conservative radio talk show since the presidential elections in 2012. Since the announcement of his candidacy in recent days, Walsh from Illinois, has a program to distance tries from the controversial comments he made on his radio and on Twitter. This includes erroneously calling the former President Barack Obama is a secret Muslim who “hates Israel” and said in 2016, if losing trump, “I grabbed my musket.”
Since then, he has add, allowed to use racist language, “I think we are all a bit racist. We have all the things I said, racist. I bet if you and I went through all the Twitter feeds, we are going to find things offensive and insulting.”
Asked whether he thought that Walsh emphasized the last comments should disqualify him from running for the GOP presidential nomination, welding, that “there is already someone race like [the] in the GOP-nomination-the President of the United States.”
Welding, said that “from what I understand, Rep. Walsh’s introductory comments, that the President is a bully and a coward, and I think it is important that the truth spoken by as many people as possible. Maybe members of Congress would not help Walsh to the attention of the Republicans on the right-hand side, this is a person, the support should be in personal terms to you.”
On Tuesday, the Trump mocked about his primary Challenger as the “Three Stooges.”
“Can you believe it? I’m at 94% approval in the Republican party, and have tweeted Three Stooges running against me,” Trump.
While the President remains extremely popular among the GOP electorate, it was clear what poll he was referencing.
Asked about these comments, welding, Fox News said: “I was happy about every comment from the President. Everything he said before, ” I’m not debating, Bill Weld, or anyone else.’ So I thought that the message was a rare recognition of reality on the President, and I appreciate it.”
To weld with Walsh, with him in a GOP primary, and former South Carolina Governor and Congressman Mark Sanford is probably a jump in the race next month, optimistic, it, the debates would be.
“There are debates because the networks can hardly say,” we cover only the Democrats and not the Republicans.’ You are going to cover the debates,” he said.
But he said he didn’t expect the acting President to his long-shot Challenger on the debate stage.
He added, “I would dare to join him to us. He would regret it.”
Trump 90-5 per cent, welding, crowned in a new national poll by USA Today/Suffolk University in the race for the GOP presidential election.
But the welding seam, less of the survey, with the argument that “you ask about the people you think are likely to vote in the Republican primary, my task is to expand, to include the electorate unaffiliates, the votes can ensure a 20-crossover-States…, and that more millennials vote than last time, because millennials are killed by the policy of the President on both the deficit and climate change-and you know it.”