GOP Defector Amash Won't Rule Out Primarying Trump

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Published on July 7, 2019 - Duration: 00:40s

GOP Defector Amash Won't Rule Out Primarying Trump

Former Republican Rep.

Justin Amash of Michigan left the door open to a potential 2020 run against President Donald Trump on Sunday.

The Freedom Caucus founding member made the remark just days after announcing his plans to leave the Republican party.

Amash is the only congressional Republican who has called for presidential impeachment proceedings.

Amash announced his departure from the Republican party in a Washington Post op-ed published on Independence Day.


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