Donald Trump, best known as the inventor of the four-hour workday, will not secure the Republican nomination for President unchallenged: Bill Weld, the former Republican Governor of MA, officially announced his candidacy for the nomination on Monday.
Bill Weld is a businessman and attorney who was Governor of MA from 1991 to 1997. The former governor has called on Americans to stand up against the "schoolyard bully" in the Oval Office.
He was running mate on the Libertarian ticket during the 2016 presidential election.
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As Axios notes, Weld holds generally liberal views when it comes to social issues, including supporting abortion, legalized marijuana, and same-sex marriage. He is known for an unconventional, at times quirky, political style and a long history of friction with the party he now seeks to lead. "I'm not saying I would ever endorse a Democrat in this race, but I could not support the president". In a campaign video, he lists his achievements as governor of MA from 1991 to 1997, including "cutting taxes 21 times".
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His alleged achievements include tax cuts, corruption crack-downs and welfare reforms.
Weld, 73, said in announcing his candidacy that "it is time to return to the principles of Lincoln - equality, dignity and opportunity for all".
The campaign promo ends with the slogan: "A better America Starts Here".
Weld has accused Trump of leaving the nation in "grave peril" and denounced the president's priorities as "skewed toward promotion of himself rather than for the good of the country".
The former governor's campaign makes Trump the first incumbent president since George H.W. Bush in 1992 to face a notable primary challenge. "I've been a Republican, unlike Mr. Trump, since I was 18 years old", he added.