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Weld’s Advice to Dems on Impeachment: Less Is More

Weld’s Advice to Dems on Impeachment: Less Is More

When it comes to impeachment, less is more. That’s the advice former Massachusetts governor — and Nixon impeachment veteran — Bill Weld had for the Democrats in Washington, as he filed paperwork to challenge President Trump on the GOP POTUS ballot in New Hampshire.

Trump impeachment seen as improving Weld's shot at GOP nomination

Trump impeachment seen as improving Weld's shot at GOP nomination

Republican presidential challenger Bill Weld said impeachment proceedings could boost his candidacy and improve his longshot bid to beat President Trump in the first-in-the-nation primary.

Bill Weld files to challenge Trump in New Hampshire primary

Bill Weld files to challenge Trump in New Hampshire primary

Republican Bill Weld has filed for the New Hampshire presidential primary and is now the first major GOP challenger to officially challenge President Donald Trump in the state.

Where the 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand on Manufacturing

Where the 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand on Manufacturing

Here’s a pop quiz: How many people are running for president? Answer: As of November 12, 2019, 937 are listed as candidates on the Federal Election Commission website. OK, so maybe not all of them are serious candidates. But even if one looks at the candidates raising the most money and appearing in the national polls, the number is not small. The Democratic debate from Ohio on October 15 featured an even dozen, with others just missing the cut to qualify. On the Republican side, Donald Trump is being challenged by Bill Weld, Mark Sanford, and Joe Walsh.

Texting With Bill Weld: “100% Democratic Rule” If Senate Republicans Listen To Trump

Texting With Bill Weld: “100% Democratic Rule” If Senate Republicans Listen To Trump

In The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News’ political newsletter, Bill Weld, who is challenging Donald Trump for the Republican nomination, says Republicans are abandoning their duty to the Constitution and explains his weird Reese’s Pieces habit.