State Secretary Andy McKean, who served in both Senate chambers and the Iowa chambers, identified himself with the Republican Party for 35 years prior to the announcement on Tuesday, and today is the longest-serving Republican in the legislature of the state committee.
"With the forthcoming presidential elections of 2020, as a Republican, I feel that I can support the flag bearer of our party, but unfortunately I can not do that," McKean told a news conference.
"I think he is a bad example for the nation and especially for our children, insulting – often in a harsh and youthful way ̵
1; those who are undecided with it, and a bully is a time in which we try Preventing bullying, his frequent disregard for the truth, and his willingness to ridicule or marginalize people for their looks, ethnicity, or disability, "McKean said.
McKeans District is located in two rural working groups in Iowa – Jones and Jackson. Since Iowa is both a perennial rocking state and a battlefield state, it is often used as a litmus test of the direction in which both parties are moving. Although Trump has just announced a Republican challenger, Iowa could be an important state for victory in the general election.
McKean's attack displaces the Democrats from taking control of the Iowa House, according to the four-seat Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee.
"I believe it is only a matter of time before our Party pays a heavy price for President Trump's ruthless spending and shortsighted fiscal policy, unpredictable, destabilizing foreign policy, and disregard for the environment," McKean added.
] "If this is the new normal, I do not want to have any part of it."