Sean Duffy Says No to Wisconsin Governor Race Despite Trump’s Urging

Former Republican Wisconsin Rep. Sean Duffy said that he would not run for governor Thursday despite former President Donald Trump urging him to do so.

Trump first sought for Duffy to run in October, declining to endorse Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefish, the current GOP frontrunner, in her bid to oust Democratic Gov. Tony Evers. But Duffy, who resigned from Congress to care for his child and now lives in New Jersey, told conservative radio show host Jay Weber on Thursday that now was not the time for him to reenter politics.

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GOP Rep Sean Duffy Calls Out Democratic Pastors for Siding With Liberals on Abortion

by Nick Givas   Republican Rep. Sean Duffy of Wisconsin criticized Democratic pastors for siding with liberals on the issue of abortion following President Trump’s State of The Union address. “If I can just join in, I think there’s no more noble cause than to fight for the most defenseless…

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