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Billionaire investor says he would back the main opponent to Trump: Report



A billionaire GOP investor said he was considering supporting a Republican opponent President Trump Donald John TrumpStone: "I've never talked to Trump about an offense in the White House": Trump will move on wall "with or without" Dems Pelosi after the indictment: "What has Putin over the president?" MORE if a credible candidate shows up during the 2020 GOP election.

Stanley Druckenmiller told the New York Times that he would consider donating to an alternative to the president in a GOP bid, if he thought that a challenger would have a chance, Trump.

"If I thought such a candidate would be a good president and have a realistic chance of securing the nomination, of course [I would donate,]," he told the Times.

Druckmiller most recently supported Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) during the Primary 201

6, thousands of dollars in super PACs that support both men, according to FEC materials compiled by CampaignMoney.com

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The Republican Party made a rare statement of support for Trump's campaign this week in the run-up to the 2020 primaries. This is largely symbolic, but could serve to overcome all the conspicuous challenges of the GOP against the president.

The resolution adopted this week at the RNC winter convention, the party declared the "undivided support of President Donald J. Trump and his effective presidency" ahead of the 2020 elections.


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