Trump taunts GOP primary challengers Bill Weld, Mark Sanford and Joe Walsh as & # 39; The Three Stooges & # 39; and says that he should be able to take & # 39; – bragging about his & # 39; 94% approval in the Republican Party & # 39;
- Trump tweets on Tuesday seem to refer to Joe Walsh, Mark Sanford, Bill Weld
- Dubs the three Republicans who threaten him & # 39; the Three Stooges & # 39; to prime
- Sanford blows an extramarital affair while the governor of South Carolina
- Says Walsh & # 39; lost in his second term due to a landslide, then failed in radio & # 39;
- Inscrutable insults Weld for not standing upright while receiving award & # 39;
President Donald Trump has taunted his potential rivals for the Republican presidential nomination and she & # 39; the Three Stooges & # 39; called.
Without mentioning them, Trump seemed to refer to former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford, former American representative of Illinois Joe Walsh and former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld.
& # 39; Can you believe it? I have 94% approval in the Republican Party, and Three Stooges run into me, & Trump wrote in a tweet on Tuesday night, slightly exaggerated the latest poll showing him at 88% approval with Republicans.
President Donald Trump has taunted his potential rivals for the Republican presidential nomination and she & # 39; the Three Stooges & # 39; called
& # 39; One is & # 39; Mr. Appalachian Trail & # 39 ;, which was actually in Argentina for bad reasons, & # 39; Trump went on and seemed to refer to Sanford, who, although the governor disappeared from view in 2009, claimed that he was hiking the Appalachian Trail, but was later revealed to have an illegitimate affair in Argentina.
Trump went on, apparently referring to Walsh: & # 39; Another is a one-time BAD Congressman from Illinois who lost in his second term due to a landslide and then failed in the radio. & # 39;
& # 39; The third is a man who could not stand upright while receiving a prize. I should be able to take them! & # 39; Trump concluded, apparently referring to Weld with the cryptic comment.
In 2016, when Weld became president of the Libertarian ticket, Trump claimed to be an & # 39; alcoholic & # 39; was in response to the comparison of Weld of Trump & # 39; s immigration proposals with the Holocaust.
& # 39; I am not talking about his alcoholism, so why should he talk about my foolish perceived fascism? & # 39; Trump told me New York Times by a spokeswoman.
At the time, Weld refused to respond and tell the Times: & # 39; I let that drive. & # 39;
While he was governor in the 1990s, the Weld administration was reportedly known for the boozy office and Christmas parties.
Both Weld and Walsh have submitted federal paperwork announcing their intention to apply for the Republican nomination in 2020.
Sanford has said he will make an official announcement about his intention to run against Labor Day.
All three are considered long-shot candidates for the nomination.
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