Republican Citizens Versus Trump is snapping versus what’s filling the president’s time throughout the COVID-19 across the country and pandemic anti-racist demonstrations: “Hiding in a security bunker. Watching his shows. Afraid. Alone. Not a leader, not a president,” states the group’s brand-new advertisement.
“It’s time for a competent president,” the area concludes. “Let’s elect one.”
In a weird election year twist, it’s Republicans who oppose President Donald Trump who are routinely launching brand-new advertisements on socialmedia Republican Citizens Versus Trump and The Lincoln Project, co-founded by attorney George Conway, partner of White House therapist Kellyanne Conway, are putting out anti-Trump videos, like the most recent one above, that typically go viral.
However it’s not simply arranged Republican groups that aren’t going to vote to keep their party in the White House. Some heavy players will likely likewise sit this one out.
The New york city Times reported Saturday that former President George W. Bush won’ t back– or vote for– Trump, though it’s not clear whether he’ll vote for Democrat Joe Biden, sources state.
In reaction to the report, a senior Bush assistant informed NBC News that the former president hasn’t shown how he will vote.
Bush’s sibling Jeb Bush, the former guv of Florida, isn’t yet sure how he’ll vote, according to the Times.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) won’ t vote for Trump, and might compose in his spouse Ann’s name. Cindy McCain, widow of the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), will likely vote for Biden, the Times reported.
None elected Trump last time, however given that he is the incumbent, the estimations are various this time.
Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.), who functioned as Bush’s ambassador to the Vatican, informed the Times that he is thinking about choosing the most likely Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, since Trump is “driving us all crazy.”
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