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Jewish News Syndicate: GOP presidential primary challenger Joe Walsh vows to be ‘more pro-Israel’ than Trump

Once a staunch pro-Israel Illinois congressman between 2011 and 2013, Joe Walsh launched this past summer a long-shot Republican primary challenge to U.S. President Donald Trump, whom many have deemed to be the most pro-Israel figure ever in the White House.

WXYZ Detroit: MI presidential primary ballot has 4 Republicans including Trump, 18 Democrats including Bloomberg

The Michigan Secretary of State's Office has released a list of the candidates who will appear in the Michigan presidential primary ballot in 2020.

According to the SOS, President Donald Trump and three Republican challengers; Mark Sanford, Joe Walsh and Bill Weld, are on the ballot.

The Detroit News: Trump challengers make initial ballot lists for Michigan's presidential primary

Twenty-two candidates, 18 Democrats and four Republicans, are set to make the ballot for Michigan's March 10 presidential primary.

FloridaPolitics.com: Joe Walsh Gaining Ground Among Hispanics

The BEPI poll shows 77% of Hispanic Republicans in the state want Trump to be the GOP nominee. Meanwhile, 12% prefer former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh, 7% like former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld and 5% favor former South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford.

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Joe on CNN Reliable Sources: Fox News viewers 'are being lied to'

The right-wing media's "alternative reality" about impeachment is "an absolute shame" and "dangerous," former congressman and conservative radio host Joe Walsh says. Walsh, who is running for the GOP presidential nomination, also says that "if you have a conservative talk radio show these days, you're told, don't criticize the president."