Former President Donald Trump is analyzing if you intervene in the impeachment election of the governor of California, Gavin Newsom, if it gets enough signatures to go to a special election.
The former president is seeing from his residence in Florida the possibility of “Whether or not to inject part of Trump’s political machine” in the impeachment election Gavin Newsom, says a press report citing sources close to the Republican.
“ Trump He’s weighing that, and I can tell you, I can report that is considering holding rallies in California for the next two months” said Kevin Cerilli of Bloomberg.
Since Trump left the White House he is maneuvering to maintain control of the Republican Party. Analysts believe that if a Republican comes to governor of California it will be a significant achievement for the former president.
How is the signing meeting going?
The last official report from the California Department of State shows that 84% of the 798,310 verified signatures are valid. 1,495,709 valid signatures needed by March 17, which is equivalent to 12% of the votes cast in the last governor’s elections. Drivers of impeachment say they collected 1.7 million signatures.
Managing the pandemic with business closures, Unpopular in California Small Businesses, the Back and Forth of Opening Schools, and Controversy for Violating Their Own No-Go-Out Recommendations left Newsom in a precarious situation, according to polls.
This is the third campaign to impeach Newsom. While the previous ones failed miserably, the coronavirus pandemic seems to have opened a concrete possibility to place his removal on the ballot.