Republican Challengers to Trump in 2020
We know of the many Democratic wannabes who are running for president, many will never see the light of day in end. Some are just buffoons, but then, many think POTUS is one also.
Having Republican challengers to Trump in 2020 will be refreshing from the nonsense of the current occupier. If Trump drained the swamp, he refilled it again with just "yes" men afraid to take him on. Those that did differ with his orders, have been sacked and there have been so many.
There are several Republicans considering the challenge and if they decide to do it, it will be the first time since 1992 it has happened.
Who Are They?
Former Massachusetts Gov. Williams Weld is considering, Ohio governor John Kasich most likely will try once again, and Maryland's Gov. Larry Hogan, is considering.
The challengers are generally socially liberal, yet fiscally conservative. Of the three, John Kasich, presents the greatest promise for the Republicans. He has proven himself as governor and truly appears to want to work with opposition groups to find solutions. He is pragmatic and level headed when taking on issues in Ohio and if president, the USA.
Kasich has name recognition since he ran in 2016, he truly is unhappy with Trump and how he conducts business. He would appeal to many Democrat voters who are "once again" stuck in the middle as most of the Democrats are simply too far left, while Republicans are too far right. Kasich could get the undecided middle of the road voter.
Perhaps a Kasich-Hogan ticket would peel enough Republican voters from Trump that would enable them to win the nomination or allow the Democrats win back the White House.
What about a Biden-Kasich ticket? That would be a first, having a Democrat and Republican on the same ticket!
In any case, it is too early to see if Trump will have a GOP challenger and the impact it could have. Stay tuned.