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Washington Post PoliticsMar 16, 2018
Trump nudges GOP challenger out of Nevada Senate race, aiding Heller
Republican Danny Tarkanian said he would seek a Nevada House seat instead, removing a headache for the GOP as it tries to preserve or even expand its Senate majority.

Sen. Flake calls for 2020 GOP challenger to Trump (MSNBC.com: Politics)

PoliticoMar 16, 2018
Primary challenge squeezes Illinois GOP governor
Conservatives accuse Bruce Rauner of being too liberal on social issues.

The Daily BeastMar 16, 2018
Nevada GOP Senate Candidate Danny Tarkanian Drops Out at Trump's Urging
Photo Illustration by The Daily BeastPresident Trump, in a somewhat rare move, seemingly helped to quell a contentious fight within his party rather than further stoke its flames.

In a tweet on Friday afternoon, the president encouraged Nevada businessman Danny Tarkanian to drop his Senate challenge against incumbent Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV), who is widely viewed as the most vulnerable in the Republican's slim Senate majority.

"It would be great for the Republican Party of Nevada, and it's [sic] unity if good guy Danny Tarkanian would run for Congress and Dean Heller, who is doing a really good job, could run for Senate unopposed!" Trump tweeted.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

Fox PoliticsMar 16, 2018
Trump convinces GOP primary challenger to drop out of Nevada Senate race for 'unity'
President Trump nudged GOP challenger Danny Tarkanian out of Nevada's Senate race on Friday, convincing him to drop his primary bid against incumbent Sen. Dean Heller in return for a Trump endorsement in a House race instead.

Fox PoliticsMar 16, 2018
Flake blasts Trump as 'erratic' in New Hampshire speech, fueling 2020 primary speculation
MANCHESTER, N.H. - Retiring Sen. Jeff Flake blasted President Trump as an "erratic leader" in a closely-watched speech in New Hampshire on Friday, fueling more speculation that the Arizona Republican may challenge the president in a 2020 GOP primary.
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