Perhaps it’s not too late for a Republican challenger to enter the race against Donald Trump for the presidential nomination.A viable one, sure—it’s too late for that. But Mark Sanford, the former governor of South Carolina and U.S. representative, tells the Charleston Post and Courier that he’s considering a run for the GOP nomination, viable or not.“Sometimes in life you’ve got to say what you’ve got to say, whether there’s an audience or not for that message,” Sanford said. “I feel convicted.”This could have the makings of a fun race. Sanford is highly quotable, fond of talking with the media, and often an insightful political analyst. He has a score to settle with Trump, too: The president’s intervention helped Sanford lose a GOP primary last fall, only to see the Democrat Joe Cunningham snatch the seat away from the Trump-endorsed Republican Katie Arrington.Sanford also has lots of experience campaigning for… ..... Read More.
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