Tea Party Republican and former IL congressman Joe Walsh is considering a primary challenge against President Donald Trump, and the now-talk radio host says if he does announce a run, "it's going to be before Labor Day".
"I'm strongly, strongly considering it. I've told you before - if somebody's going to get in there and go after him ... it's got to be done soon", Walsh, 57, said Thursday on CNN.
Mr. Kristol, the former Weekly Standard editor and vocal Trump critic, has been trying to recruit a Trump challenger for the 2020 primaries for more than a year, the Timesreported. Look at the guy in the White House. "These are urgent times".
Former South Carolina governor and congressman Mark Sanford, who lost his seat after he criticized Trump and the president's machine went into action against him, "said he is inching closer to a bid of his own by sounding out activists in New Hampshire and other early-voting states about an insurgency focused on the ballooning deficit".
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Since the Helsinki meeting, Walsh has ramped up his public rebukes of the president, and penned an op-ed for The New York Times last week wherein he argued that "Trump needs a primary challenge".
Walsh, who was elected in 2010 as part of the Tea Party movement, said he voted for Trump in 2016 only because Trump wasn't Hillary Clinton.
"The only way you primary Donald Trump and beat him is to expose him for the con man he is".
Currently, only former MA governor Bill Weld has officially declared he is running for the Republican nomination for president. The President could also face a challenge from former Rep. Mark Sanford of SC, who is mulling a longshot bid against the President for the Republican primary.
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The Frenchman, who made 425 appearances across all competitions for Bayern, has sign a two-year contract with Fiorentina . Ribery previously played for Turkish club Galatasary and French clubs Marseille, Brest and Metz.
Even Boston Market got into the fray, also taking a dig at Chick-fil-A, for adding macaroni and cheese to its menu. The fast-food chain appears to be in a social media feud with Popeyes over their competing chicken sandwiches .
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The film-which now holds a 97 percent positivity rating on Rotten Tomatoes-raked in the Best Directing Award for a U.S. The project will set the ultimate tone for Higher Ground, which will support both scripted and unscripted titles.
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