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"Many Republicans do not want to see Donald Trump re-elected in the 2020 presidential election,” Said former Iranian diplomat, Fereydoon Majlesi.

He believes that if the Republicans are serious about defeating the president in the next election, they should go in for someone like the former foreign minister. “On the other hand, some Republicans believes that Trump has had many achievements in the field of economics and domestic politics.”

Speaking to ILNA news agency, Fereydoun Majlisi added that so this group supported a second term for the US President. “But I believe that if the Republicans want to target Trump in the 2020 election, they have to introduce other person such as Rex Tillerson (former U.S. Secretary of State).”

International affairs analyst said, “If such a person enters the 2020 White House race, Trump is facing a longshot challenge in the presidential primaries, but in any case, Trump will be the Republican nominee.”

According to media, Trump's approval rating, meanwhile, holds exactly even with where it was in late April -- 43% approve and 52% disapprove of the President, according to the poll. That's the case even as support for impeachment rose slightly from 37% last month to 41% now.

An expert on International Relations said that on the Democratic party many people have been nominated for the Presidential race but Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have more political experience.”

Majlesi said, “I think Biden is capable of beating him; his political credibility can defeat Trump.”

According to recent polls, Among Iowa’s likely Democratic caucus-goers, 24 percent named Biden their first choice for president—a significant lead in a fractured field that has more than 20 candidates.

The 2020 United States presidential election, scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020, will be the 59th quadrennial U.S. presidential election. Voters will select presidential electors who in turn on December 14, 2020, will either elect a new president and vice president or re-elect the incumbents.

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