Predictions!: Will Republicans challenge the president in 2020?

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Predictions!: Will Republicans challenge the president in 2020?

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Post by bob » Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:37 am

Two-part question regarding the 2020 presidential election:

1. Which Republicans, if any, will challenge the president for the Republican nomination?

2. Which Republicans, if any, will run for the presidency on a third-party/independent ticket?
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Post by Mikedunford » Wed Nov 07, 2018 4:23 am

Flake, but I don't know if he's decided which option to take.
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Re: Predictions!: Will Republicans challenge the president in 2020?

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Post by Miss Meh » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:29 am

bob wrote:
Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:37 am
Two-part question regarding the 2020 presidential election:

1. Which Republicans, if any, will challenge the president for the Republican nomination?

2. Which Republicans, if any, will run for the presidency on a third-party/independent ticket?
John Kasich was on the Daily Show Monday & he sure sounded like he was considering an independent run

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Re: Predictions!: Will Republicans challenge the president in 2020?

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Post by Dolly » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:34 am

I am reviving this OLD thread cuz I don't know where else to post this. I saw this Facebook post by a RWNJ I know. I am posting the link to the petition, including his comment but omitting his full name.
SIGN THE PETITION
Stop All GOP Primary Challengers To President Trump

Establishment Republicans are threatening to challenge President Trump in a 2020 primary. This petition is a show of support and unity behind the president, as well as a demand that Trump automatically be given the Republican Nomination for the 2020 election.

The GOP must put an end to the shenanigans of RINOs (Republicans In Name Only) who seek to sow discord amongst the party by offering themselves as an alternative to Trump.

We don’t want Mitt Romney. We don’t want Bill Weld. We don’t want any Republican to damage President Trump’s chances at reelection.

President Trump needs to be focused and ready to take on the multitude of Democrats that will seek to tarnish his good name and outstanding record.

GOP, pay attention to this petition — We The People aren’t messing around.

70,000+ SIGNATURES
Copyright Eagle District 2019
< I don't know anything about "Eagle District" or how old this petition is>
https://petitions.eagledistrict.com/sto ... eWToUnOHPY

Henry ----
Challenges in the primary are stupid. Trump will win the primary, and there goes a lot of campaign funding that could have been used in the general.
Don't be stupid, that's for democrats to be.

ETA: OH, duh. I noticed in the link, it goes to eagledistrict.com/ - some "news" type blog.

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Post by neonzx » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:48 am

"70,000+ SIGNATURES" requested. That'll show 'em they REALLY mean BUSINESS!. :yankyank:
Funny the petition page doesn't show how many have signed thus far. :talktothehand:
To which Trump replied, Fuck the law. I don't give a fuck about the law. I want my fucking money.

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