West Virginia’s administrator is approaching to leave a Democratic
Party and join a Republican Party on Thursday.
The New York Times
reported that Gov. Jim Justice, a former businessman, would
join President Donald Trump during a convene tonight in Huntington,
West Virginia, and his celebration switch.
This wouldn’t be a initial time Justice has jumped parties — he
was a Republican until only before he launched his run for
administrator in 2015.
He has also done no tip of his affinity for Trump and his
The coal-mining nobleman has referred to Trump as a
family friend, and he
spasmodic texts and hunts with Trump’s son Eric. During a
gubernatorial discuss debate final year, he
sparred with a Republican candidate, Bill Cole, over who
was privately closer to Trump.
Throughout his brief domestic career, Justice has kept his
stretch from both parties. He has
vehemently denied ancillary a agendas of Hillary Clinton,
a 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, and President Barack
Obama. But he also deserted a West Virginia Republican
Legislature’s attempted bill cuts, instead proposing a budget
with new revenue
by taxation increases.
The pierce would make Sen. Joe Manchin a final vital Democratic
personality in a state and leave Democrats with only 15 governorships.