Bill Weld was the first Republican to officially announce he would challenge Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination. Weld knows that his bid faces long odds. Roughly nine out of ten likely Republican voters approve of the job Trump is doing. So why is Weld running? He has said that “the presidency is an office I’ve had my eye on for 20 years, so there’s no time like the present.” But his deeper reason is to spoil Trump’s re-election chances.
2020 presidential hopeful former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld (R) told Yahoo Finance that he hopes Senate Republicans vote to remove President Donald Trump from office, saying it would set a “valuable precedent.”
Detroit — Three Republican presidential hopefuls made clear Monday they detest President Donald Trump and declared he must go to an audience of 30-year-old and younger potential voters.
Ex-governor of Massachusetts and Republican candidate sees some parallels between Trump’s predicament and Nixon’s downfall
Thanks to video-conferencing technology, New Hampshire voters no longer have a monopoly on holding a presidential hopeful’s feet to the fire in the first-in-the-nation primary.