Billionaire investor says he'd back primary challenger to Trump: report
| John Bowden
1/27/2019 12:36 AM EST
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A billionaire GOP investor said he is considering backing a Republican opponent to President Trump if a credible candidate emerges during the 2020 GOP primary.
Stanley Druckenmiller told The New York Times that he would consider donating to an alternative to the president in a GOP primary if he thought a challenger would have a chance against Trump.
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“If I thought such a candidate would be a good president and had a realistic chance of securing the nomination, yes, of course [I would donate,]" he told the Times.
The billionaire did not monetarily support the Trump...
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