Prominent Republican attorney George Conway on Tuesday argued that there's hunger in the GOP hoping President Donald Trump will face a primary challenge in 2020.
Conway is married to White House counselor and Trump 2016 campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.
George Conway cited a new column by Bill Kristol, arguing Trump is vulnerable to a primary challenge.
He tweeted four key poll numbers that he believes documents Trump's weakness.
“43 percent of Republicans and Republican leaners would like to see Trump get a primary challenge next year. That 4… https://t.co/1DbIkzj3m6— George Conway (@George Conway)1559073197.0
“Just over half of Republicans and leaners under the age of 50 want to see Trump get a primary challenge: 54 percen… https://t.co/aT0LVwVGDI— George Conway (@George Conway)1559073518.0
“56 percent of Republican-leaning independents think Trump should get a primary challenge ....” https://t.co/YIFSb5YJ1O— George Conway (@George Conway)1559073979.0
Only “66 percent of conservative Republicans do not want to see Trump get a primary challenge”—while “58 percent of… https://t.co/znAPEZLxEo— George Conway (@George Conway)1559073979.0
These are weak numbers for an incumbent peacetime president who inherited a strong economy that’s been further stim… https://t.co/ougd4SfOTt— George Conway (@George Conway)1559073980.0