President Donald Trump speaks at the Galt House on August 21, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Historically, an incumbent president running for re-election is all but guaranteed their party's nomination. But like some other more controversial presidents, Donald Trump is facing a primary challenge -- in fact two: former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld and former Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh—for the GOP nomination in 2020.

Or is he?

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Nevada attorney general, Adam Laxalt, and Republican gubernatorial candidate speaks at a rally in Reno, Nevada on February 22, 2016. (Photo by David Calvert/Getty Images)

In September, President Donald Trump held a Make America Great Again rally in Las Vegas, Nevada. He also stumped for GOP candidates in the state, including the Nevada Attorney General and Republican candidate for Governor, Adam Laxalt.

Trump also tweeted his endorsement for gubernatorial candidate Laxalt. Twice.

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President Barack Obama moved yesterday to preserve the Bears Ears area in southwest Utah, designating 1.35 million acres of the American West a national monument. In a statement, Obama said that the Bears Ears monument––named for its distinctive pair of buttes––would "protect some of the country's most significant natural, cultural and archaeological resources, including important ancestral grounds for numerous tribes."

"Today's actions will help protect this cultural legacy and will ensure that future generations are able to enjoy and appreciate these scenic and historic landscapes," Obama continued.

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All results are as of 8:00 a.m. March 2.

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[DIGEST: The Boston Globe, ABC News, NBC News, Politico]

With polling closed in the Nevada Republican caucuses, the projected winner is Donald Trump with early results showing he captured as much as 42 percent of the vote. The battle for second place remains too close to call between Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Texas Senator Ted Cruz.

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In this photo taken May 20, 2015, Democratic Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., poses for a portrait before an interview with The Associated Press in Washington. For Democrats who had hoped to lure Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren into a presidential campaign, independent Sen. Bernie Sanders might be the next best thing. Sanders, who is opening his official presidential campaign Tuesday in Burlington, Vermont, aims to ignite a grassroots fire among left-leaning Democrats wary of Hillary Rodham Clinton. He is laying out an agenda in step with the party's progressive wing and compatible with Warren's platform _ reining in Wall Street banks, tackling college debt and creating a government-financed infrastructure jobs program. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

[DIGEST: The Wall Street Journal; The Washington Post; NYTimes]

“There is the land that I love the best,

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