Wednesday, December 27, 2017

President Jeffry Lane Flake? Don’t Make Me Laugh.

Get a load of this drivel from Niall Stanage White House Correspondent for The Hill:
Will President Trump face a challenge from within his own party in 2020?
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake (R) seems to think so. On Sunday, Flake told ABC’s “This Week” that if the president did not change his approach, he “is going to leave a huge swath of voters looking for someone else.” 
Flake, a frequent Trump critic, added that the president is “probably inviting a Republican challenge.”
Any challenger to Trump would face enormous hurdles. 
The president remains popular among Republican voters, even as he endures historically low approval numbers at large. In most polls, around 80 percent of GOP voters give Trump the thumbs-up.
Still, Trump would become much more vulnerable if Republicans suffered major losses in the midterm elections set for November 2018.  
And it’s easy to see why some of his most strident GOP critics might think it’s worthwhile to run against him, even if victory is a long-odds bet.
But who is most likely to do it?
Stanage thinks Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Ben Sasse, Jeff Flake and Susana Martinez might entertain such a challenge.
I like Sasse and New Mexico Governor Martinez, but Trump mopped the floor with Cruz and the mailman’s son.  Flake is a miserable RINO.  Not a chance in hell of leaving the ring without a broken and bloodied nose.
Riddle me this:  Why is Stanage pushing this bilge?

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