President Trump has made a lot of enemies in his fight to drain the Swamp in D.C.
But no one has worked harder to oppose him than members of his own party.
And now, some Republicans are plotting to backstab Trump for one unthinkable reason.
President Donald Trump made it his mission to clean up the mess that infests Washington D.C.
He made it his key campaign theme back when he announced he was running for President in 2015.
And since winning first the Republican nomination and then the general election against Democrat Hillary Clinton in what is widely described as the greatest electoral upset of all time, Trump has continued to wage war against the Deep State and their allies that hold key positions of power.
It comes as little surprise then to learn that Trump hasn’t made many friends in Washington.
In fact, he’s made all the right enemies.
The media hates him, the political class hates him, the leadership apparatus of both political parties hate him, and most of Congress hates him as well.
That’s exactly why he was elected in the first place.
The American people wanted to throw Trump into this mess to do battle with the establishment in Washington, and that’s exactly what Trump has done.
But now, some members of the Republican Party are plotting to stab Trump in the back, because they’re once again worried that he may lose in 2020 just like they were worried he would lose in 2016.
While they were wrong last time, they’re convinced they have it right this go around.
Greenwich Time reports, “The anti-Trump movement inside the Republican Party – long a political wasteland – is feeling new urgency to mount a credible opposition to Trump before it’s too late. With state deadlines for nominating contests rapidly approaching in the fall, potential candidates face pressure to decide on running within the next few weeks. So far, only former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld has declared that he is running, but he has struggled to gain traction.”
There’s just one problem.
None of the proposed candidates that have been put forward have any shot of actually beating Trump.
This is a fact that even the Never Trump resistance in the Republican party knows about.
From Mark Sanford to Bill Weld to Jeff Flake, all of the names that have been floated to primary Trump are incapable of actually defeating the President.
At best, a primary race against Trump will pick up 15% of the vote.
And yet, the plans keep moving forward.
Yet even so, Trump has already locked up the Republican nomination.
Greenwich Time adds, “A Fox News poll last week had Trump at 88 percent approval among Republicans, which was the rating he had among Republicans in Gallup polling for the first half of August. The polling outlook among Republicans in early voting states is also favorable to Trump.”
With numbers like that, there’s no way that the President can be defeated in a primary race.
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