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These GOP challengers are fighting to disrupt Trump’s reelection campaign
Former congressmen Joe Walsh (R-Ill.), Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) and former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld (R), are running as GOP challengers, focused on redeeming what they see is a fallen Republican Party and to weaken President Trump’s base.
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