Roger Stone: Trump May not Run in 2020

By Jason Patterson | United States

Political Activist and former key member of the Trump campaign, Roger Stone, has pledged to have someone challenge Mike Pence in 2020 if he were to run. While making this statement he suggested that Trump might not run for re-election. Instead, the President, satisfied with what he accomplished in one term, may back a Pence/Haley ticket.

Stone slammed Pence calling him an “establishment” Republican who is controlled by lobbyists, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and the GOP Chairman.

When he was later asked about his thoughts on Nikki Haley he responded: “she loves wars and doesn’t hold polices putting our nation first.”

“I don’t think that it is a foregone conclusion that the president will definitely run,” Stone said. “If at the end of the next three years the economy is very strong, he has built the wall, sealed our borders, he’s reformed our immigration policies, he has redone these trade agreements so that they are beneficial to the United States, that he has got a peace agreement in Korea — I could see him saying, ‘You know what? I don’t need this anymore. I made America great again. I have kept my promises to the American people. I’m heading off to the golf course.'”

However, Trump has technically already started his campaign for re-election and came up with two slogans, ” Keeping America Great” and ” Promises Made, Promises Kept.”

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