Republican Sanford loses in South Carolina after Trump urges his ouster
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Representative Mark Sanford, a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, lost a Republican congressional primary in South Carolina on Tuesday, after Trump urged voters to punish Sanford's disloyalty by tossing him from office.
Donald Trump said some late remarks about the Republican congressional primary in South Carolina. According to Reuters hours before polls closed Trump uged voters to “oust” Mark Sanford. Trump is against this republican because Sanford was not supportive enough of Trump. The president tweeted out...
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