Four states are preparing to cancel their 2020 Republican nominating contests over the weekend, Politico reported, citing three sources.
The sources told the outlet that South Carolina, Nevada, Arizona and Kansas Republicans are reportedly slated to scrap their primaries and caucuses, in a move that would demonstrate President Trump’s effort to shore up control over the GOP at the state level.
The report comes as Trump faces two long-shot primary challenges from former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.) and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld.
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