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Bill Weld Exploring Primary Challenge to President Trump

Weld is the former governor of Massachusetts and 2016 Libertarian nominee for vice-president

Trump Campaign Focused on Three Democratic Senators Running for President

Advisers think Booker, Harris and Warren are the most viable; although the list will shift as more Democrats enter the race

North Carolina Rep. Walter Jones Dies on his 76th Birthday

The 13-term Republican had been in hospice care since late January

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar Joins 2020 Presidential Field

Klobuchar is the 5th Senator - 4 of them women - to vie for the Democratic nomination

Georgia Rep. Rob Woodall Not Running in 2020

The five-term Republican won the closest congressional race in the country last fall




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