Three Republican challengers against President Trump criticized several states for having canceled their presidential primaries and rallies.
Former US Representatives Joe Walsh of Illinois and South Carolina Mark Sanford and former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld criticized Republican parties in Arizona, Kansas, Nevada, and South Carolina for discarding their nomination contests.
They wrote that the Republican Party made a mistake before attacking Trump as a self-promoter and blowing up his and his foreign policy attacks on the press.
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Responsibility, the spirit of control and the rule of law were outstripped by a preference for the alienation of our allies, the embrace of terrorists and dictators, the attack on the free press and the fight against the Americans, "the three wrote It's amazing, then, that the recent shame on Team Trump is an effort to eliminate any threat to the president's political power in 2020. "
For what they believe in. The United States respects warriors the faint fear contest. "
Trump denied participating in the decision of the GOP officials, calling the three challengers a" mockery "seeking advertising.
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In order to present their case, the three Republicans established the great field of the Democratic President, which is currently 20 Candidates.
"Do Republicans really want to be party to a nomination process that is closer to Russia or China than our American tradition?" The piece says. "… Let's spend the next six months winning new voters for our party instead of demanding a predetermined election."
The South Carolina GOP said avoiding an "unnecessary area code" would save taxpayers $ 1