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Exclusive: Small-business support for Trump ebbs, but experts say he can reclaim voters

Exclusive: Small-business support for Trump ebbs, but experts say he can reclaim voters

Small-business owners, who mostly backed President Donald Trump in the 2016 election, may be wavering in their support for him in next year’s race amid the U.S. trade war with China and mixed benefits from last year’s sweeping tax cuts, a new survey shows.

(WI) Republican Party chairman: no plans to scrap presidential primary

(WI) Republican Party chairman: no plans to scrap presidential primary

Wisconsin Republican Party chairman Andrew Hitt says his organization has no plans to abandon the party’s presidential primary in the spring, when President Donald Trump’s name is slated to appear on the ballot.

Public Pulse: Spare the landfill; Republican silence; Do-over on Brexit; Property tax suggestion

Public Pulse: Spare the landfill; Republican silence; Do-over on Brexit; Property tax suggestion

It is refreshing that at least a few Republicans, like Bill Weld, Joe Walsh and Mark Sanford, are willing to stand on their own two feet and tell the public what they really think of a man who makes Richard Nixon seem like a choir boy.

'This isn't just a stupid story, it's a big story': An oral history of Sharpiegate

'This isn't just a stupid story, it's a big story': An oral history of Sharpiegate

Over the course of one Scaramucci (about 10 days), as Hurricane Dorian churned through the Atlantic, a metaphysical storm gathered force, with the president at the center. It swept up all sorts of people who weren’t in Dorian’s path: meteorologists in Alabama, politicians from Texas and Tennessee, even a Baptist pastor in Kentucky.

Mark Sanford not ruling out legal action to get on SC GOP presidential primary ballot

Mark Sanford not ruling out legal action to get on SC GOP presidential primary ballot

Republicans in Iowa and New Hampshire are vowing to hold a caucus and primary next year, even as party leaders in a handful of other states have canceled their contests to help smooth President Donald Trump ‘s path to reelection.

NH Now: Bill Weld 09.11.19

NH Now: Bill Weld 09.11.19

Former Massachusetts Governor and GOP Presidential candidate Bill Weld joins Chris to discuss states cancelling their primaries and the national GOP backing President Trump.

Meet the Republicans challenging Trump in the GOP primary

Meet the Republicans challenging Trump in the GOP primary

Donald Trump may be popular among conservatives — with an approval rating ranging between 89% – 94% depending on who you ask — but that doesn’t mean he’s going to be left unchallenged in the Republican Party primary.

Republican Party chairman: no plans to scrap presidential primary

Republican Party chairman: no plans to scrap presidential primary

Wisconsin Republican Party chairman Andrew Hitt says his organization has no plans to abandon the party’s presidential primary in the spring, when President Donald Trump’s name is slated to appear on the ballot.

BIG STORY:  Lack of GOP presidential primary shocks some lawmakers

BIG STORY: Lack of GOP presidential primary shocks some lawmakers

South Carolina lawmakers say the recent decision to hold no 2020 Republican presidential preference primary was never in their hands, but some say they are still shocked that the party decided to forgo a challenge to President Donald Trump.

GOP primary challengers band together to accuse Trump of ‘pitting everyday Americans against one another’

GOP primary challengers band together to accuse Trump of ‘pitting everyday Americans against one another’

President Trump’s three primary challengers are blasting the Republican Party for taking a “wrong turn” by embracing a “serial self-promoter who has abandoned the bedrock principles of the GOP.”