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Old 04-15-2019, 03:50 PM   #1
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Republican Bill Weld announces his 2020 run against Trump for POTUS!



Nice!! This will shave off a few million votes from Trump

"I spent seven years in the Justice Department trying to keep the politics out of law enforcement, he's trying to put it in, I've never seen such bitterness in this country," Weld said.

What do you think? how many votes do you think he'll shave off of Trump? Arthur's never Trump Republicans now have a protest vote they can make with a GOP candidate instead of a Democrat.

Bill Weld officially announces he is challenging Trump for GOP nomination in 2020

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld announced Monday he is officially entering the race for president, becoming the first Republican to challenge President Donald Trump in the 2020 race.

"Ours is a nation built on courage, resilience, and independence. In these times of great political strife, when both major parties are entrenched in their 'win at all cost' battles, the voices of the American people are being ignored and our nation is suffering," Weld, who had previously formed an exploratory committee, said in a statement.

"It is time for patriotic men and women across our great nation to stand and plant a flag. It is time to return to the principles of Lincoln -- equality, dignity, and opportunity for all. There is no greater cause on earth than to preserve what truly makes America great. I am ready to lead that fight."

In 2016, Weld was the vice presidential nominee on the Libertarian Party ticket with former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson. He previously served two terms as the governor of Massachusetts in the early 1990s.

Weld ran for Senate in Massachusetts in 1996 and lost against John Kerry. He later moved to New York and in 2005 unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for governor.

Weld told CNN's Jake Tapper on "The Lead" that it would be a "political tragedy" and he would "fear for the Republic" if the country had six more years of Trump as President.

"I really think if we have six more years of the same stuff we've had out of the White House the last two years that would be a political tragedy, and I would fear for the Republic," he said.

"I would be ashamed of myself if I didn't raise my hand and run," he told Tapper.

Weld said he will not run as an Independent if he does not win the Republican nomination.

Trump enjoys a nearly 90% approval rating among Republicans, according to Gallup. When asked about the President's historically high approval rating and whether Weld believes he can beat him in the primary, Weld said, "Yeah, I do."

"Particularly in New Hampshire, where I'm spending a lot of time, it's one vote at a time and one voter at a time, and you gotta meet 'em," he said.

Weld described himself as a "Republican who works across the aisle and gets things done," and said he would have a "bipartisan Cabinet" if he won the presidency.

He said he is an economic conservative, adding that the US "deserves to have some fiscal restraint and conservatism and cutting spending in Washington, DC."

He added that he feels Trump "mocks the rule of law."

"I spent seven years in the Justice Department trying to keep the politics out of law enforcement, he's trying to put it in," Weld said.

He added: "He has difficulty conforming his conduct to the requirements of law. That's a ... serious matter in the Oval Office."

Weld also slammed Trump's attitude toward climate change and his confrontational style toward the press.

And, while Weld sees blame on both sides of the aisle for the divisiveness coming from Washington, he said Trump is the "grand master" of the problem.

"I've never seen such bitterness in this country," he said.
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Old 04-15-2019, 05:13 PM   #2
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Bill Weld is a fucking drunk. His name wont even be mentioned in 3 months.
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Bill Weld is a fucking drunk. His name wont even be mentioned in 3 months.
Bill Weld got 4.5 million votes when he ran in 2016 and a lot of those voters were anti trumper's that did not want to vote Democrat for a protest vote

In 2016 the election came down to 77,744 Votes in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan to throw the electoral college in Trump's favor.

Guess how many votes Bill Weld got in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan in 2016

Michigan 172,136 source

Wisconsin 106,674 source

Pennsylvania 146,715 source

Again, only 78K votes in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania threw the Electoral College in Trump's favorite 2016. In 2016 Bill Weld got almost 500K votes

Trump 78K

Weld 500K

So what do you think about that?
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Old 04-15-2019, 06:56 PM   #5
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Bill Weld got 4.5 million votes when he ran in 2016 and a lot of those voters were anti trumper's that did not want to vote Democrat for a protest vote

In 2016 the election came down to 77,744 Votes in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan to throw the electoral college in Trump's favor.

Guess how many votes Bill Weld got in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan in 2016

Michigan 172,136 source

Wisconsin 106,674 source

Pennsylvania 146,715 source

Again, only 78K votes in Wisconsin Michigan and Pennsylvania through the Electoral College in Trump's favorite 2016. In 2016 Bill Weld got almost 500K votes

Trump 78K

Weld 500K

So what do you think about that?

The most important aspect of Pennsylvania is the courts have ended the illegal Republican Gerrymandering of that state. PA will be Blue this election.

Trump barely won the EC in PA with illegal gerrymandering in his favor.. He will lose the next..
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Old 04-15-2019, 07:19 PM   #6
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The most important aspect of Pennsylvania is the courts have ended the illegal Republican Gerrymandering of that state. PA will be Blue this election.

Trump barely won the EC in PA with illegal gerrymandering in his favor.. He will lose the next..
Even with gerrymandering in 2018 Pennsylvania was part of the blue Wave electing Democrats en mass! And flipping many counties to blue

2018 results

56% Democrat Bob Casey Senator

58% Democrat Governor Tom Wolf

93% Democrat Dwight Evans: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 3rd congressional district

79% Democrat Brendan Boyle: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 2nd congressional district

65% Democrat Mary Scanlon: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 5th congressional district

64% Democrat Madeleine Dean: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 4th congressional district

59% Democrat Chrissy Houlahan: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 6th congressional district

56% Democrat Conor Lamb: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 17th congressional district

55% Democrat Matt Cartwright: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 8th congressional district

54% Democrat Susan Wild: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 7th congressional district

Democrat Michael Boyd: U.S. House, Pennsylvania 18th congressional district ran unopposed and won
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