"We knew he was going to get impeached and he deserved to be impeached."
The former Massachusetts governor also said he believes members of the House have a duty to impeach the president.
Weld, the former Massachusetts governor challenging Donald Trump, has a lot to say—and he isn't shy about saying it/
"We have a president of the United States ... who literally just makes s--- up," Joe Walsh said.
The former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld has thrown his hat into the ring as a contender for the 2020 Republican party nomination.
"Those people who listen to the opinion shows on Fox, and those people who listen to my former world – conservative talk radio – they have no clue," the former GOP congressman warned.
"You'll have a very Democratic Senate next year," former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld said.
The former Massachusetts governor took aim at the U.S. president during a Republican primary debate.
Governor Bill Weld accused President Trump of "treason" over his phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on "Morning Joe."
"The irony is that in 2016, candidate Trump complained about 'rigged' primaries," John Avlon pointed out.
President Donald Trump recycled his own "Three Stooges" insult against a trio of Republican Party members running against him in the upcoming 2020 GOP presidential primary.
"It's an awfully anti-Democratic process that's being suggested by the party," former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford said.
"This guy's unfit! He lies every time he opens his mouth," Joe Walsh said.
"My aim is to win the New Hampshire primary and if that happens, I think all bets are off," said former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld.
Aryan Nations is a "longstanding neo-Nazi group in the United States" that includes the religious faction Christian Identity, a "small, virulently racist and anti-Semitic religious sect prominent in the extreme right."
"Donald J. Trump...looks like he would rather be a king than a president who had to work to earn and preserve the trust of the American people," Bill Weld told CNN on Friday.
"I would be ashamed of myself if I didn't raise my hand and run," the former Massachusetts governor told CNN.
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