Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh admits that most Iowans may not have heard about his campaign.
But he hopes, by the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 3, 2020, local conservative voters will see him as the ideal alternative for the White House. Walsh, a former Illinois congressman and conservative radio host who rose to notoriety during the tea party movement, announced his primary challenge against President Donald Trump on Aug. 25.
Taking on an incumbent president from your own party is a tough enough job already, but Joe Walsh starts with an even more basic problem.
Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh is trying to fix the national nightmare he helped create.
The Georgia and North Carolina Republican parties decided this week that Donald Trump will be the only name on their 2020 presidential primary ballots, and they aren’t alone. The Minnesota Republican Party pulled the same move a few weeks ago, and earlier the parties in South Carolina, Arizona, Kansas, Nevada and Alaska canceled their nominating contests outright. The party is disenfranchising GOP voters in eight states—so far.
Former Congressman Joe Walsh (R-IL) joined Jack and Justin to talk about his campaign for President on the Republican side, as well as commenting on the Impeachment Inquiry.