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The Ohio Republican has accepted an offer to lead the Ohio Business Roundtable.
The organization’s clout in Washington was underscored by President Trump’s scheduled appearance Tuesday at a gathering of its President’s Club at a Washington hotel.
Stewart praises Gillespie for “moving further to the right.”
The president is feuding with some lawmakers and is angry about criticism of his administration’s hurricane response.
“Normally, over the years, I’ve dismissed these urgings,” Friess said in an email to The Washington Post. “But due to the stature of the people requesting, I sense a responsibility to prayerfully explore the possibility.”
Stoked by former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon, a new wave of anti-establishment activists are plotting a political insurrection that may be out of anyone’s control.
The president and the GOP establishment appear to be in crisis, with midterms drawing ever closer and little to show legislatively.
The victory by Republican insurgent Roy Moore marks a dramatic defeat for Trump and party leadership.
The dinner will convene just as polls in a high-stakes GOP primary runoff close in Alabama.
The hard-line conservative offers a glimmer of hope for the latest Republican proposal.