Progressive Meets Conservative in Bill Weld's 2020 Run

Bill Weld has not held public office since the 1990s. But the former Massachusetts governor is getting closer to mounting a bid for the highest office in the hand ー as a Republican ー he told Cheddar from South by Southwest (SXSW) Monday. "We can't go on pretending the president is normal," Weld said, in some of his most pointed comments yet about a potential primary challenge to President Trump. "If it doesn't get better, I'm going to run."
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