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Donald Trump has been a rallying point for many members of the Republican party, with most seemingly willing to ignore his mistakes—or outright supporting them.

This isn't the case for everyone, though, as a former GOP lawmaker from Michigan has joined an ever growing group of people from the party who are not afraid to criticize Trump's performance as president.

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As the race for the White House heats up, political ads will be unveiled in target markets. Three so-called battleground states—Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan—will soon be seeing a new campaign from American Bridge 21st Century, a liberal political action committee (PAC).

Who better to reach the people in those states than other Pennsylvanians, Wisconsinites and Michiganders? And who better to address voters who support President Donald Trump than people who voted for him in 2016?

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Donald Trump and Mark Burnett during "The Apprentice" Finale- Arrivals at California Mart in Los Angeles, California, June 2006. (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Getty Images)

The 2020 presidential election is 361 days away as of Thursday, November 7, and Americans across the country are hoping for Donald Trump to be a one term President.

Trump is already looking to extend the most profitable business venture of his life after he can no longer command the Secret Service, White House advisers and aides, the Washington press corps, the US military and foreign governments to spend time and at his properties.

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Learning nothing from the drubbing Donald Trump Jr. received Monday on Twitter after asking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to run for President again in 2020, Donald Trump Sr. decided to do the same on Tuesday.

Based on a report by conservative media outlet Rasmussen Reports showing Trump Sr. and the candidate that won the popular vote in 2016, Hillary Clinton, in a dead heat for 2020, President Donald Trump tweeted:

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Not having learned his lesson after weighing in on one of the Democrats' June presidential debates, President Donald Trump's third child with ex-wife Ivana—Eric Trump—decided to make another insightful Twitter post assessing the merits and deficiencies of the 2020 Democratic presidential field.

You may remember this piece of eloquence from June:

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As the Dow Jones Industrial Average continued to plummet—down another 623 points as of 5:10pm Friday—President Donald Trump looked to make light of the situation while taking a jab at a former Democratic presidential candidate.

Trump—who spent most of his presidency to date trading on the economic upturn created by President Barack Obama to indicate his own success—took to Twitter Friday afternoon and posted:

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Conservative historian Tom Nichols decided there are worse things than a progressive Democrat in the White House: President Donald Trump.

In an OP-ed piece for USA Today, Nichols spelled out his view in explicit detail.

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